You are Enough

This is soo true

Thinking....Beyond the Limits

There is no achievement or goal that can complete you, and there is no failure or loss that can uncomplete you. As a person you are enough, with or without having achieved your goals. Let go of the belief that says you need something or someone to complete you. You came into this world as a complete person, therefore you are in no need of anything to complete you. You’re enough. Maybe you are longing for someone to love you. Maybe you feel like you are not as successful as your peers. Maybe you feel stuck, frustrated, unworthy and not-good-enough. These feelings are merely you ego trying to prove its self-importance. I know you need a house, a car, money and a decent job. I also need some or more of those things myself. But remember this, there is nothing in this world that you can achieve to make you…

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The Business Model Canvas Gets Even Better – Value Proposition Design

Steve Blank

Product/Market fit now has its own book. Alexander Osterwalder wrote it. Buy it.


The Lean Startup process builds new ventures more efficiently. It has three parts: a business model canvas to frame hypotheses, customer development to get out of the building to test those hypotheses and agile engineering to build minimum viable products.

This week the author of the business model canvas, my friend Alexander Osterwalder, launched his new book Value Proposition Design, the sequel to his million copy best seller, Business Model Generation.

His new book does three things:
1. Introduces the Value Proposition Canvas
2. Tells you how to design new ventures with it
3. Teaches you how to use Customer Development to test it.

Value Proposition Design is a “must have” for anyone creating a new venture. It captures the core issues around understanding and finding  customer problems and designing and validating potential solutions.

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Around the World in Nine Photos

The Blog

Do you love stories from around the world? Check out the work of the following nine photographers on and allow your imagination to take you away…

Nathanael‘s monochrome photo of the Star Lite Motel in Mt. Airy, North Carolina, conjures images of wayward romances and clandestine meetings. We loved the marquee’s message, “Forgive and forget its human to err.” (sic) which offers an almost haunting absolution. For more of Nathanael’s work, check out his blog, G’Nat’s Eye View.

Photo by Nathanael Photo by P. Nathanael Gough

The image below, by UK photographer Andy Hooker, had us at hello. We love how the sign matches the woman’s red coat and how her right leg is in crisp focus just as her stride reaches the “h” above her head. Check out more of Andy’s work at LensScaper.

Photo by Andy Hooker Photo by Andy Hooker

Bao Pham‘s photo of this

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