Slowfactory launched a new silk scarf with an image of the Moon taken from Apollo 13 mission in April, 1970 with a Hasselblad film camera. A beauty!
Tattly is turning 6! So many feelings!
Did you know, that each time you purchase Tattly, a generous cut is going back to the artist? And when we say generous, we mean generous: We just reached a million in artist royalties! I am proud of my super hard working and fun team!
Just like the past 5 years, we are celebrating with a totally nutso 50% off sale. Make sure to check out the brand-new packs that come in a small tin can and are perfect for any party: Floral Pack, Realistic Tattly Pack or the Funnest Tattly Pack!
Happy our birthday to you!
Yes they look ridiculous but I would totally use one of these privacy helmets called Helmfon.
“We can be the kind of people who lead with their hearts and behave to those around them in an ethical, honest, and kindly manner that creates for those who enter that three feet around us a feeling of peace that also serves to steady the self.”
Your Three Feet of Influence, by Sharon Salzberg.
This beautiful photo caught my eye while browsing my Instagram stream. I know, I posted the Be Brave banner before. I really do love it. I think it’s time I finally hang one in my home.
“Having a profitable business doesn’t mean squeezing the lemon for every last bitter drop. It isn’t all or nothing. You can be profitable and generous. Profitable and fair. Profitable and kind. These aren’t opposite ends of some moral spectrum. Quite the contrary.”
Why we choose profit, by Jason Fried
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Send a text to SFMOMA and they’ll text You back an artwork! All you have to do is send a request to the number 572-51, beginning with the words “send me” and followed by keywords, from a color to a subject, and even a mood.
“When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”
– Haruki Murakami
When I talk to my friends who run companies or are in hiring positions, I usually ask them for their favorite interview question. Here are some of mine that I collected over the years:
– What do you know about us?
– What did you like about your last job? Why did you leave?
– Tell me something about yourself that I can’t find out on Google!
– Who do you admire?
– What’s a reason why I should not hire you?
– What do you do when you’re not working?
– What’s something you’re bad at that you really wish you were good at.
– What’s your favorite part of your current or previous job?
– What’s your secret superpower?
– When was the last time you wore a costume? And what was it?
– What’s the shittiest job you’ve ever had?
– What are you learning right now?
– How do you organize your closet?
– What would the title of your autobiography be?
– Tell me about some people you’ve helped in your career.
– I’m going to give you 5 minutes. Teach me something new. Anything!
– If I was to ask your friends 3 words to describe you what would they be?
– When is the last time you went out of your way to do something nice for someone?
– What are the biggest values you think your parents taught you?
– When is it okay to break the rules?
– Give me a single sentence to tell our CEO about you when I see her later today.
– If you weren’t getting paid for what you do, would you still be doing it?
– How does this position relate to what you really want to be doing?
– What do you dream of?
– What is the thing that breaks your heart?
– What do you want?
Do you remember being asked an interesting interview question? What was it?