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Sooner or Later

A Bunch Of Deckheads. I trust you’re well. While there’s been some great dialogue taking place regarding making a leap as a collective there hasn’t been much by way of any subsequent action. Yes I guess you can’t shoot a movie without a script but at some point we need to shoot the fucking movie. Lets reverse engineer this. An ideal case scenario for the imprint for me would consist of the following: Creative license musically Maximum four hour sets Premium rates Free travel Inbound enquires Brand Partnerships A minimum '1000 True Fans' A great' essay written by Kevin Kelly which can be found online and is a good read. Festivals. Fuck it our own festival even. I can go on. What can I say? M

Make It Work

A Bunch Of Deckheads. We all can work; but together we win. Source unknown

Read My Mind

A Bunch Of Deckheads. I trust you’re well. I’ve been asked on a number of occasions whether we should meet as a collective. To be honest I’ve never been a fan of meetings. With that said, what if we read as a collective instead? The subject matter being around meaningful work, the market, contributions or anything else that will help us make a leap as a collective. The Linchpin: Are you indispensable Seth Godin A quick read, thought provoking and at the core of the Deckhead ethos. Afterall It’s easier to invent the future than to predict it. - Alan Kay Just a thought.

21 Questions

A Bunch Of Deckheads I’m loving the dialogue that’s taking place of the back of the blog. Tim Ferriss argues. Life punishes the vague wish and rewards the specific ask. The blog is meant as a means for us to stress boundaries and start flirting with the impossible. I had a conversation with the Operations Manager at Simmons recently arguing that six-hour sets weren’t warranted and that they should consider a maximum of four-hour sets while affording the same rate at the very least. Unfortunately, this was meet with a resounding no. Which is fine. If you ask a question there’s always the possibility that you’ll be told no. I’ll just have to ask a better question and I plan on getting better