It is certainly surreal, after 10 months, a business-model failure, and tons of patience, today I visited my first client to give my first real recommendations. Even though my client is part of a pilot project, in which he gets my service for free and just a “taste” of it, it was still a thrill!
It felt weird to be in the construction site and realize that all the research and work shows in your knowledge and I am becoming an expert (slowly). Had to work the whole weekend on this, since the meeting was agreed in a very short -term notice, but i had FUN! I was happy and relieved, at some point I had considered stopping this business idea… but when working on a project for real I really got powered up! Now we have to see how this develops and what the results will be of these pilots (there are still other 2).
I guess it’s like that quote I heard this weekend: “If you talk about it, it’s a dream. If you envision it, it’s a possibility. But if you schedule it, it’s real.”
The Great Unbundling
Home, the heart. In an Amsterdam building, about to be torn down, Marjan Teeuwen, built the interior in giant stone piles.
Bothered with structures
Just passing by
Take your pick
It'll be all right
First let me apologize for being obvious here is just that after reading to my friend Luis Mendo who recently wrote a piece "Never walk alone"