Proud weeks over here at Twotone HQ! Two weeks into working with two new part time colleagues: Niels & Michel. (More on what we’ve been up to in an upcoming issue!) Not to mention this modest weekly update has earned no less that 310 subscribers in 13 weeks! Thank you for tuning in each week & keep the shoutouts and callouts coming : )
Jaarlijks legt de gemiddelde Nederlander ruim 1000 kilometer per fiets af | Each year, the average Dutch citizen cycling is more than 1,000 kilometers. They’re spending more on (e)bikes too! A rough translation of the source article courtesy of google is here.
TL;DR? Prioritizing growth over revenue. But it is also not that simple. This read reminds of so many start-ups. Take a moment to learn from their mistakes in one of a series of deep dives on subjects that illuminate issues concerning the future of the workplace.
We want the shortcut. We want someone to give us the map without understanding the terrain but Peter Thiel explains why copying models of success might work for incremental innovation it won’t move you from zero to one.
I met Mark racing bikes in Atlanta. Now based in SF as the Rapha Cycle Club’s lead Visual Merchandiser, he is still fast as hell. But what most people don’t know about Mark is that he lives in a 200-square foot home he built himself. Hell yeah. That’s rad! Reminded me of #troublewisdom: “Build your own damn house!”
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