With many heading back to work after such a long period of only remote engagement and deeper online presence, we thought it fitting to replay an episode that brought great perspectives on the balance of work and play, along with fresh thought about digital engagement from a digital nomad.

 

Meet Stuart Kime, who creates, invests, and coaches SaaS startups that power the underpowered. This is a fascinating conversation as Stuart “opens a window” into how he combines his philosophy of play, make, and learn everyday. We touch on how discipline develops habits, why creativity lies on the other side of boredom, how human attention is the next greatest commodity, and why a third of your day should suck!

 

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