How I went from publishing once a year to once a week and finally built a daily posting habit
From 2014 to 2020 I published yearly. In 2021 I posted 12 essays. This is the 30th of 2022.
A Twitter thread about 1-1 meetings.
Today I published this as I am playing with the format, but in the near future, I’ll most likely develop all points in that thread as essays here.
This is the simplest and most effective framework to help Product Managers triage large numbers of ideas
Our brain is good at comparing but bad at measuring. That’s why the 2×2 matrix works.
Is remote work hereditary? A short story of my distributed life
“The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed.” — William Gibson
A single, short book made my back pain disappear—a summary
I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice. Just a book recommendation.
I got rid of excruciating back pain by reading a short book that anyone experiencing it should read first
I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice. Just me sharing my experience.
A (short) story of how I learned to speak three languages and lost my native one
Are two occurrences enough to call it a tradition? On Sunday, I share something personal.
New day, new format
As we reached week 4 of 🚢 Ship 30 for 30, we started talking about Twitter threads. Years ago, I didn’t understand Twitter. Then I hated Twitter. I deleted my account. By meeting people whose intelligence I respect and love using Twitter, I realized I was simply using it wrong. Twitter is just a tool.…
5 Business books that deserve each minute you’ll spend reading them if you are a new manager
These 5 books deserve all the pages they are made of.
3 Tips to improve time management and get more free time in return
From “Time is Money” to “Better late than never,” it must be “International Adage Day.”
The unexpected way I learned about leading a distributed team
Sometimes, improbable bridges across experiences accelerate your progress unexpectedly.
2 Tips Radically Improving Communication Within Teams Distributed Across Time Zones
I wrote about this before, but it’s time for a refresher with everyone working from home.