In this weeks top five, I take a look at some of the more extraordinary objects that we have found in the companies we visited.
#5. Green Zone Containers
In the building of AG5, there is a special place called The Green Zone. There are two containers on each side. These jungle themed container are completely sounds proof. Meaning team members can go in there when they have to make a phone call.
Thousands of people are leading lives of quiet, screaming desperation, where they work long and hard hours, at jobs they hate, so they can buy things they don’t need, to impress people they don’t like.
Nigel Marsh starts his talk with a simple request: ‘pause for a moment, you wretched weaklings, and take stock of your miserable existence.’ Because if we don’t design our own life, someone else will do it for us, and we may not like their idea of balance. Read more…
Realizations come in all sizes. This guy’s just discovered he no longer exists.
The advice he gets: “Don’t tell your boss; he’ll say your wages won’t exist anymore either.”
Watch below and get back to work with a smile on your face.
I used to be a non-baptized kid in a Catholic school. Not that my experience is representative, but I don’t think it’s the nicest way to connect children with the meaning of ‘exclusivity’.
The hurt’s gone, but I’m just not a church goer. However, if I ever come near a Newsong Church, I’m definitely paying a visit.
(If only because they’re a “community of misfits transformed by Jesus to be a catalyst for loving people on the fringes of cultures”!)
Here’s their Irvine Campus – and their awesome vision statement: