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m i k e 10h
This thread is pretty entertaining.
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m i k e 10h
Replying to @dhh
Make one. Will sign up.
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Norgard Nov 15
Companies are far more likely to run out of energy as opposed to cash
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m i k e Nov 16
“It’s in stillness that we prepare ourselves for dealing with the realities of life which are often difficult ones.”—Pico Ayer
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m i k e Nov 16
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m i k e Nov 16
Colleagues ≠ Family
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m i k e Nov 16
Our kids: “Can we eat dinner at <insert name of unhealthy fast food joint>?” My brain: Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't do it Don't you do it Me: “Sure, why not? Heck, let’s eat there all week!”
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m i k e Nov 15
orrr you could've easily said 'pickups are on the following day.'
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Jason Fried Jul 1
Knowing when to quit is a skill that’ll likely serve you better over the long term than the ability to persevere.
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m i k e Nov 15
This is not looking very good.
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m i k e Nov 15
Every time I accidentally tap ‘Pay’ on the Starbucks app.
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Nik Sharma Nov 14
There's no point in getting upset with people or situations. They're both powerless without your reaction. It all starts and finishes with your mindset. 💭
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m i k e Nov 14
Replying to @SnoopLys
Facts.
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m i k e Nov 14
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m i k e Nov 14
Replying to @SnoopLys
Someone's getting old.
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m i k e Nov 14
“Promises are easy and cheap to make, actual work is hard and expensive.”— & , It Doesn’t Have To Be Crazy At Work
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m i k e Nov 14
“An assessment at one point in time has little value for understanding someone’s ability, let alone their potential to succeed in the future.”—Carol Dweck, Mindset
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m i k e Nov 14
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m i k e Nov 14
There’s an entire season of in this thread.
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m i k e Nov 14
What's next for Lime? Standing desks on the curbside?
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