The latest theme of Timeless & Timely was of the competing needs of leaders: togetherness and solitude.
The publicly-available essay (of which this is the audio version) covered why it’s okay to ask for help and why it’s even more important to recognize who those are who step up—especially if they typically do so without fanfare.
At the same time, it’s essential that leaders have quiet time alone, when they can reflect. For it is through reflection that we get meaningful action. This essay, plus curated links and stories, a book, and a podcast are available to Premium Members:
And don’t miss the premium content we’ve unlocked. The Dignity of Work tells the story of the janitor—yes, janitor—who invented Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. You won’t want to miss it.
If that story resonates with you, please consider a premium membership.
Oh, and before I go, I wanted to let you in on a little secret: I’ll be recording more episodes, including essays from the Friday newsletters for Subscribers. I’m planning on unlocking these exclusively for Subscribers of the newsletter and for holders of Timeless Coin ($MONTY) on Rally.
If you do buy some, drop me a note and let me know so I can be sure to put you on the list. And if you’d like to know more about that, just read my piece Coin of the Realm.
Thanks, and I’ll see you on the internet.