Back on the weekly rhythm with my newsletter but barely! ; ) On the heels of another action packed weekend, my #dropinordropout mantra applies just as much to daily life as it does to any moment of truth while on two wheels. Meaning: go in full-tuck & dig deep each week! Here is my latest instalment of what kept my wheels turning this week:
Vulpine Raising £500k on CrowdCube
This is the story of Vulpine, and why they are looking for you to be part of our story and growth. Pop over to crowdcube.com/investment/vulpine-cycling-apparel-19885 to learn more.
Cycling is being prescribed for ADHD kids
Nearly SIX MILLION kids have been diagnosed with ADHD in America. Many parents worry about the medications often prescribed to help their kids. Well, apparently #ridingfixeseverything is more than a hashtag.
10 Best New Bike Books: A Bike Lover’s Fall Book Club
So many good ones but "A Guide to Falling Down in Public: Finding Balance On And Off The Bicycle" by Joe Kurmanskie caught my eye.
In October of each year, Dutch Design Week (DDW) takes place in Eindhoven. The biggest design event in Northern Europe presents work and ideas of more than 2400 designers to more than 250,000 visitors from home and abroad. And my buddy Yorit Kluitman did the design. How cool is that?
Nobody Cares How Hard You Work - 99u
Will we ever decouple perceived effort and long hours with our rewards system? I'm trying to! (as I stay up late penning this ; ))
Buffer Ditched Their Office. Why?
Last week they closed down Buffer's only physical office. They're now fully, truly remote. Here are the reasons why.
The Reasons We Work
This article explains 6 reasons in the spectrum of understanding why people do their jobs. Understanding those reasons is the key to unlocking potential.
7 C's of Better Cold Email Communication
Does your cold email have to be a repetitive template consisting of intro, benefit, social proof and CTA? Probably yes. These elements are crucial…
How a CRM Helps Business Development and Business Relationships
Business Development is more than prospecting, cold calling and making the sale. Today the business has to be able to build relationships with people who they sell to.
The same Yorit mentioned above put on an amazing ride Sunday south of Eindhoven entitled the 'Pathfinder Giro'. To me it really embodied what I 'do' here in Holland. Blurring the line between work & play, what at first glance looks like getting lost in the woods on the border of Belgium is really one of the best way to build bonds with friends that are doing some of the best work I know of. Check out our ride on Komoot & Strava.