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m i k e 🌮
indecisive. wait, no.
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m i k e 🌮 17h
“Customers don’t care about our market share; they only care if we make their lives better.”—Eric Ries
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m i k e 🌮 19h
It seems our paths have crossed once again, . Can’t wait to go through this book. Thanks for the birthday gift, !
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 18
Why is remote work frowned upon by most traditional organizations? Does it really produce the results it promises? Does it make people happier and more productive? Here's my essay on what I've learned working remotely for two months.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 18
Ka-WHY Leonard.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 18
Getting to inbox zero is so relieving I’d highly recommend it to anyone suffering from panic or anxiety attacks.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 18
Replying to @mikesanchez0
But first, reading 'Grinding It Out.'
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 17
I find myself reading about Ray Croc and the McDonald brothers and now looking forward to watch The Founder.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 17
“Our minds prize anecdotes over data.”
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 17
Making sure every office in America is stocked with enough copy paper.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 17
There is only one reason why an organization won’t run an employee NPS: they already know the subpar results it will give rise to but at the same time can’t really do (or choose not to do) anything about it.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 17
One of my biggest struggles is when writing prompts come to me while I’m washing the dishes. Typing on the phone won’t work since my fingers are wet & writing on paper usually ends up incomprehensible. Can’t wait for the day I can dictate to my kids or the day we buy a dishwasher
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 16
“There is this idea that you either read to escape or you read to find yourself. I don’t really see the difference. We find ourselves through the process of escaping.”—
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 16
We can all look at the Thai cave rescue operation and Elon Musk’s failed (or rather rejected) attempt as another analogy in further understanding introverted and extroverted approaches.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 16
“We have an incredible ability to distance ourselves in all kinds of ways from the knowledge that we are breaking the rules, especially when our actions are a few steps removed from causing direct harm to someone else.”—Dan Ariely
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 13
Human instinct + being agreeable versus doing the objectively right and rational thing.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 13
Gladwell, Grant, Ariely, Heath (bros), and Kahneman is my all-star team.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 13
Weather today is: cloudy with a chance of a Brooklyn Nine-Nine marathon.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 12
Replying to @mikesanchez0
In no way trying to sound smug. I just know there’s another way—a better way—to run organizations. And that’s what I’m going to try and figure out in this next chapter.
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 12
Replying to @mikesanchez0
A toxic culture with great pay? No thanks. A friend previously asked, ‘what if all organizations are like that or doomed to end up like that?’ and I replied ‘then I’ll build one myself.’
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m i k e 🌮 Jul 12
Replying to @mikesanchez0
I’ve kept one rule that made it really easy for me to opt out when my principles are challenged and that’s to avoid, at all costs, embarrassing my family by being a pushover.
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