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Don’t use your work voice at home
Each profession has it’s ‘voice’, built on assumptions in your field.
Remember to turn that voice off once in a while. Your family will thank you.
VIPs secret weapon: the Post-It note.
Using Post-Its for note-taking during a face-to-face meeting lets you better control body language and enhance charisma.
Here are 7 reasons why post-its are superior to digital notes.
Communication, and other CIA Sabotage tactics
Open Communication is a powerful tool. It fuels creativity and collaboration, but if misused, it can turn into an influential sabotage tactic.
Watch your words.
I miss the commute
Commute is a nice transition period between stresses of work and your home life.
In lockdown, you have to bring your own.
402 Payment Required and why micropayments are doomed
Micropayments systems are doomed. Here is why.
A tale of two paywalls
Paid premium content is a great business model, but the paywalls you know from @NYT and other publishers may not work for you.
Here is what you need to know about paywalls for smaller sites.
Book: The End is Always Near by Dan Carlin
I love Dan Carlin’s „Hardcore History” podcast. The stories of mundane concerns during wars, plagues, and other terrible events in human history are somehow deeply informative of the human spirit. I am very grateful that Dan spares the gory details, but he keeps in the weight of the event and pulls lessons from the historyContinue reading “Book: The End is Always Near by Dan Carlin”
Bring Your Own Friends – Dealing with loneliness when working from home
Remote Work is awesome. It is no doubt, the future of employment and for a good reason: It can solve environmental problems It opens up the access to suitable jobs for the people outside of a bigger city It’s just better for the human soul to avoid the trenches of office buildings all day, everyContinue reading “Bring Your Own Friends – Dealing with loneliness when working from home”
“Well, we have to measure something.”, And the perils of metrics.
In a frantic search for performance metrics, we often grab the number that is easiest to gauge, ignoring that not everything that’s measurable matters.
It’s often better to include qualitative feedback, than latch on to ‘next best thing’.