Four years ago when we established the first building blocks of Everyday, we asked ourselves that same question. We had been busy making it in the business world — from technology startups to corporate settings — experiencing different facets of what it means to work, achieve, strive, perfect, and never have enough.
On the surface every context looked different, but the underlying message was always the same. We've built a business world in which people survive — but not necessarily thrive. We saw it everywhere around us: in our coworkers and friends, in our clients and partners, in our fellow entrepreneurs, and never the least, in ourselves. We were busy, but were we happy? What is the purpose of running, if we don't even know where we're heading?