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25 octubre
2007

what is a lifestyle company?

or how we should learn the right way to work...

What could I say?, you have to read it:

http://www.plope.com/Members/chrism/lifestyle_inc

Yes, it is from 2004, but it is worth to read. Just let me show you one sentence from it:

I want to enjoy what I do. That's requisite. If I'm not generally enjoying it, it's not worth doing.

Posted by wu at 09:48 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Re: what is a lifestyle company?

Well, I agree in 90%.

The other 10% is about the money you can get from a big company withouth a life-style pattern.

Of course we're kinda geek guys and hackers, and thus we like to work in things that are worth it and the money is not that important (sure? :D).

Posted by: Juanjo at octubre 25,2007 18:46
Re: what is a lifestyle company?

Well, money is important, more money more gadgets and the posibility to travel to places and events like EuroBSDCon, OpenCon or FOSSDEM.

But, you know, the longer I keep codigo23 alive, the more I realize the importance of accept jobs that really make the difference, those jobs you keep learning new things, those jobs which represent some new challenges in your life.

(and sorry about the delay accepting the post, i'm getting used myself to this whole new CoreBLOG thing)

(**update:** I've set up mail notification, but my spam filter is catching up the blog notifications as spam...)

Posted by: Wu at octubre 26,2007 18:15
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