What if you walked around the company you worked at and went to someone and asked, “What would it take tomorrow to get you fired?”
I just saw that question asked in this awesome video by Jerry Colonna:
Chances are people don’t really know what it takes to get fired. What he argues is that if people don’t really know what it takes to get fired, then they don’t really know if they are actually doing a good job. Putting some transparency around what defines success and failure can take a lot of stress out of people’s time at work.
The videos and advertisements for sports flowing through the internets these days have been great. Wanted to capture and share a few for y’all:
Recently, there was a great new ad lauding Derek Jeter in the final year of his career (although it should be noted that Joe Mauer has posted better stats at age 31 than Jeter did at at 31)
Related to that, there’s a send-up of the above ad by Funny Or Die, not lauding Alex Rodriguez:
For the Timberwolves, I’m all in favor of trading Kevin Love for Wiggins to the Cavaliers. Speaking of the Cavs, there’s a great mock video of Lebron and his “Coming Home” campaign mashed up with Dumb and Dumber.
Finally, this is over a month old, but the Beats ad for the World Cup was definitely the best one of the summer. It came out right before the Cup started and got me incredibly pumped for it. A great ad.
(thanks to Kesner and Matt for sharing these first)
The guy is taking a love of The Big Lebowski a bit too far. Although i love the film – it’s in my top 10 of all time favorite movies – i think this is a bit much. Now if only i could meet someone who’s channeling Walter
I’ve been to a lot of weddings this spring and summer. Most of them were incredible. However, this video brings an added spice that i just didn’t see in any of the wedding ceremonies. Ah – happy friday