Business Model You

Business Model you book

Dreaming of a new career or life path? We all do.

But most of us lack a structured way to reinvent ourselves, even as changing workplace business models make professional and personal life more challenging than ever.

Replace career uncertainty with career confidence by using the single-page blueprint that’s helped reinvent thousands of organizations worldwide.

It’s the systematic way to optimize the most important business model of all: business model you.

Learn to use the key tool for describing and analyzing organizational and personal business models.

Revisit your life direction and consider how you want to align your personal and career aspirations.

Adjust — or reinvent — your work life using the Canvas and discoveries from previous sections.

Learn to make it all happen.

Learn to make it all happen. Read more about the people and resources behind Business Model You.

A new, 79-page pdf preview of BMY is now available to download and share!

Cocreated by 328 work life wizards from 43 countries, some of them being members of Triiibes like Bernd Nurnberger and Anne McCrossan.


No magic buttons, no fairy godmothers, just …

No magic buttons, no fairy godmothers, just hard work and a desire to make.

Yoda was right

“Over the past week, as I was attending Macworld, I had the pleasure of talking to a dizzying array of incredibly talented people. Designers, engineers, hackers, writers and those who juggle several of those titles.

Throughout my time in San Francisco covering the event, I met people for the first time, or got better acquainted, something that this gathering is especially good for. When the opportunity presented itself, and if the other party was willing, I asked them a simple question: “how did you get started doing what you do?”

The answers were as widely varied as you would hope they would be with a cast of characters as entertaining and enjoyable as the people who make the stuff we read, use and enjoy every day. But one theme kept cropping up and it can be summed up in Master Yoda’s most famous bit of advice to Luke Skywalker, a simple farmboy with a lust for adventure:

Do or do not. There is no try.

As someone who has always been fascinated with the reasons why people create things, I was having a great time listening to the various paths taken to the world of development or blogging or whatever occupation they held, I wasn’t really looking for the secrets of the universe.”

(more here … 30th January 2012 by Matthew Panzarino)

The lizard brain … the last cookie

Yes you can !         (… catch the lizard !)

The revised version of the 3 weeks short film directed by 3 students from Arts et Technologies de l’Image (Paris 8 University) :