Shadow Divers - Day 2

Zero Viz Shipwreck divers face countless dangers. When going down they could lose the line, get caught up in a current, or become intoxicated by nitrogen. Inside the wreck, they can easily get lost or snagged on debris. And on the way up they can suffer permanent injury or death from the bends. They only have one prevention for all these troubles. Staying calm and solving their problems one at time.

Shadow Divers - Day 1

The Book of Number Sailors hold their most secret spots in a book of numbers. Some use these numbers as their lively hood by taking others there for fishing. Others do it for the thrill of exploring the unknown. They love the exploration and aren’t concerned if it’s a great wreck or a literal pile of garbage. This passion echoes across disciplines. No matter the vocation, there are those that enjoy every minute of what they do.

It Doesn't Have to be Crazy at Work - Day 5

The small choices you make today determine the future “When you deal with people who have trouble, you can either choose to take the token that says ‘It’s no big deal’ or the token that says ‘It’s the end of the world.’ Whichever token you pick, they’ll take the other.” Your company culture, your mood, even your level of stress are all determined by the small choices you make every day.

It Doesn't Have to be Crazy at Work - Day 4

Question the norm and default to no “Culture is what culture does.” Don’t base your culture on best practices. In fact, don’t base anything on best practices alone. Only use these practices as a starting point. Strive to push things forward and create something better than the status quo. To become better than the norm, you need focus. The only way to gain focus is to say no to all the unnecessary things you are saying yes to right now.

It Doesn't Have to be Crazy at Work - Day 3

You work with people “It’s really easy to fall for someone’s carefully crafted story.” “It’s really easy to fall for someone’s carefully crafted story.” When hiring or just working with someone, get to know them as a person. Everyone has families, hobbies, and worries. Get to know these things, about the people you spend 40 hours a week with. It leads to a better work environment and make sharing ideas easier.