A good life is built with good relationships. In the end, what makes a good life is in the deep relationships built along the way. Beyond money and success, having good relationships matter in physical and mental health and longevity.
I’m not too sure if you agree. In my opinion an industry–any industry, cannot be in a state of disruption and transformation forever. Whilst digital is the catalyst for change, there usually comes a time when a change results in something.
All work must produce, and all investment has to show returns. Let’s start thinking beyond the words and into the outcome.
Living in an age of constant change today, these changes must now start with the thinking – What are we transforming or disrupting today that will be a compliant and an adoption tomorrow?
Rainbow Chasing: A person who is out of touch with reality. They chase dreams that are too old for or are not talented enough to be chasing ~ Urban Dictionary
Chase Rainbows: If someone chases rainbows, they are trying to achieve something they will never achieve ~UsingEnglish.com
However, respectfully I disagree with the two definitions above. Life’s meaning is not in the destination that you get at the end, but in the things gained from the journey taken.
Referencing the above article that first appeared on Medium and subsequently, on Business Insider. Please allow me to put in a counter argument. Because, if it was really as simple as what’s written everyone would have started one. But like most things in life, things aren’t that simple.
It’s been 4 weeks since Purpose was announced. It’s a grand vision–to make Purpose Asia’s claim in the space of fine cycling clothing and accessories. The dream is to be able to say that Purpose can take on the likes of Rapha, Morvelo and other brands like these, yet truth is, it’s much too early to tell. Thus the simple goal to make Purpose Asia’s claim in this space.
I had written a short article about Purpose and intentions here on my own personal blog here. When it was written, it was still a vision. Now 4 weeks on I had passed a major milestone on Purpose – it’s first prototype. Getting the prototype ready took three rounds of iterations. Even now there are some minor kinks to work out before hitting the button on mass production. Without doubt that I am extremely happy with the progress made.
Though these weren’t without pains, there were also many learning experiences. Learnings that I’ve gone through and undoubtedly still am going through.