I recently received this testimonial from Parker, a student in my online course Building a Second Brain. It’s a great example of how someone can overcome longstanding challenges and truly succeed in their personal knowledge management. Tiago, I’ve been a virtual student of yours for well over a year now, closely following Praxis since the
Enter your email here if you’re interested in hearing more about MESA in the future. MESA Co. considers their method not just a problem-solving tool, but an entirely new way of working. As their ambitions have grown, they’ve begun looking toward a future in which this way of conducting work is nothing more than common
Enter your email here if you’re interested in hearing more about MESA in the future. The MESA Method is full of firmly held beliefs and sharp distinctions. To understand why they’re so important, you have to understand where they came from. I recently sat down with Bárbara Soalheiro, the founder and CEO of MESA Co.,
Enter your email here if you’re interested in hearing more about MESA in the future. In Part 2, I laid out what I believe are the 10 principles that MESA Co. uses to fine-tune the working environment. But what are they fine-tuning the environment for? Unlocking people’s creative potential. The open secret of MESA (and
Enter your email here if you’re interested in hearing more about MESA in the future. In Part 1, I described the basics of the team-based work sprint methodology known as MESA. In this article, I’ll take a closer look at the underlying principles that tie together MESA and other kinds of Accelerated Work Experiences (AWEs).
For years I’ve written on this blog about new ways of working that allow people to bend time, space, and the human mind to their advantage. How do I have the confidence to believe that a radically new and better way of working is possible? Because I’ve experienced it, during what I call “accelerated work experiences,”