Guides + Primers
Co-Founder and CEO of Uncharted.
The Insider - October 2022
The radical choice to take a sabbath every week
One of life’s great joys and surprises is to continue to discover delightful new parts of the people we think we know best.
To constantly live at the edge of our sincerity is to deny the seasonality of ourselves.
Our relationship to time
What kind of approach to time does this moment call for?
Giving away Patagonia
Our legal structures drive organizational outcomes.
The Insider - September 2022
On Patagonia, our relationship to time, sincerity, the 4-day workweek, and brothers
It’s far easier to police performance than it is to inspire performance.
Trust in Virtual Spaces
Is remote work slowing the accrual of trust?
On the Medium and the Message
The medium dictates the message in collaborative, organizational spaces.
Returning Home, The Future of Work
Officing with my dad
The Insider - August 2022 (Future of Work edition)
On our obsession with productivity, the medium & the message, and trust in virtual spaces.
That Peculiar Infinity
Lessons in humility.
New Course on the 4-Day Workweek
Releasing an online course that guides leaders through a comprehensive, step-by-step process to design, plan, pilot, and evaluate a 4-Day Workweek
To be a constructionist in an era of deconstructionism.
On the Burden of Awareness
Accepting the finite scope of our capacity.
The Insider - July 2022
On the burden of awareness, deconstructionist cultures inside organizations, and the 4-Day Workweek
On Family History
There is always another story, waiting to be surfaced, ready to come up for air.
On Servant Leadership
What starts with a belief that we can be superhuman often ends with the realization that we are nothing more than human.
On Regenerative Work
We’ve designed our working lives the way we’ve designed our industrial farms.
Web3 and the behavior of frontiers
The Insider - June 2022
On crypto frontiers, servant leadership, regenerative work, and father-son trips.
On Letting Go
Walking out of the Uncharted office for the last time.
The Burnout Age
When we credit burnout to busy seasons or to remote work or the pandemic, we’re letting ourselves off the hook.
Our society is simultaneously characterized by wildly disproportionate accountability for trivial transgressions and zero accountability for profound institutional failure.
The more short-term our thinking, the easier we are to manipulate