The Holstee Manifesto

I was recently given a tour through the re-developed premises of a Melbourne business. Located on King Street, the building is an inspiring mix of open plan workspaces, timber walled privacy pods, street art, beanbags! and whiteboards!! with exposed brick walls and steel girders to boot.

Hanging on a wall was a copy of the Holstee Manifesto:

Holstee Manifesto

I made sure that I had a copy of this up on my wall before the book closed on 2013.

Those wanting to learn more about the Holstee Manifesto can find it here:

http://shop.holstee.com/pages/manifesto

Be sure to watch the ‘Lifecycle’ video.

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Author: Steven Macek

I learnt a long time ago that in order to grow it is necessary to step outside one’s comfort zone. As a person who craves growth and change this has led me to continually seek out opportunities to make myself uncomfortable, whether physically, emotionally or psychologically. The (Dis)Comfort Zone blog is a vehicle for cataloging those experiences.

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