This week, we talk about what it means to not only be the hero in our own story, but also the small and insignificant parts we play in other peoples’ stories. Why do we tend to forget that everyone around us has an complex and interesting life?
We also talk a lot about empathy, and question why it’s easy for us to empathize with some emotions and not others. For example, at least for us, it’s harder to empathize with an angry person than a sad person.
We talk a bit about Inside Out. If you haven’t seen it, please do. It’s very good.
JP’s Media Diet
- Bladerunner 2049
- Eat that Frog
- Star Trek: Discovery
Steve’s Media Diet
- Intercom on Product Management
- Inspired: How to Create Products Customers Love
- Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Usability
- Swiss Army Tears - TV Tropes — Crying on things in movies/television to bring them back
- Sketching Interfaces – Airbnb Design
- The Fast and the Furious - Wikipedia — So many furious.
- Seth Godin - Wikipedia
- The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows — sonder
- Net Promoter - Wikipedia
- Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time: Brian Tracy: 9781458794352: Amazon.com: Books
- Against Productivity – The Message – Medium