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- Brazilian entrepreneur Ricardo Semler, as quoted by Frank Chimero [https://www.creativeboom.com/features/frank-chimero/ here]
 
- Brazilian entrepreneur Ricardo Semler, as quoted by Frank Chimero [https://www.creativeboom.com/features/frank-chimero/ here]
  
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<blockquote>Lately, I’ve been calling my answers to that question “Frankball”, so that I remember this is all a game. I’m creating rules for the game so that I can have my little business support the life I want to live. A lot of Frankball is tied to undermining the rotten parts of American work culture that can swallow your life.</blockquote>
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Frank Chimero's work mantras:
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I’ve had two mantras in the last couple of years. The first is: "The simple things are worth doing well because they happen every day." That dovetails into the second, "Be grateful for every chance to do something right."
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Latest revision as of 16:57, 12 July 2019

"We’ve all learned to answer email on Sundays, but none of us has learned to go to the movies on Monday afternoon."

- Brazilian entrepreneur Ricardo Semler, as quoted by Frank Chimero here

Lately, I’ve been calling my answers to that question “Frankball”, so that I remember this is all a game. I’m creating rules for the game so that I can have my little business support the life I want to live. A lot of Frankball is tied to undermining the rotten parts of American work culture that can swallow your life.

Frank Chimero's work mantras:

I’ve had two mantras in the last couple of years. The first is: "The simple things are worth doing well because they happen every day." That dovetails into the second, "Be grateful for every chance to do something right."