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Wil's weekly wrap (07.15.22)

I've been rereading Peter Drucker's Managing Oneself as a look back at another inflection point in how we interact with our careers, our businesses and ourselves.

With 90°+ temperatures for the past week and into the foreseeable future, the sidewalks are full of locals and tourists alike.

Summer has arrived.

In an attempt (excuse?) to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible, I've walked to nearly every meeting this week. From partners to photo shoots, it's been great to see folks in person and to have intimate 1:1 conversations that don't seem to happen over the many daily web calls.

And looking at my calendar over the next few weeks, these in-person meetings seem to only be accelerating.

Is the past returning to the future? Or is the future a ping-pong of in-person and online events?

I've been rereading Peter Drucker's Managing Oneself as a look back at another inflection point in how we interact with our careers, our businesses and ourselves.

Have a refreshing weekend.


Here are the posts from this week...

  • July 15, 2022: Maybe this is how the author thought Medium should be run. Easy for us all to judge from the outside.
  • July 14, 2022: "If all you care about is monetizing the click then, by definition, low engagement is more efficient." (Podcast)
  • July 13, 2022: Since most are public, nearly all decisions by communications leaders are big decisions.
  • July 12, 2022: The disconnect is between the telecom service providers and the end users. Namely, the application service providers (broadly) and their relationship with the telecom service providers.
  • July 11, 2022: "I was tired of waiting for validation from galleries and museums"
  • July 10, 2022: Twitter, Elon and a bridge to nowhere.
  • July 9, 2022: No article.