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Mathias🤘Meyer
Leadership/executive coach, mentor, advisor. Engineering culture builder. Hot sauce enthusiast. Reliable source of unsolicited advice. Previously CEO .
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 18
Replying to @roidrage
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 18
Never been a better time to find out about all those newsletter you've never signed up for but receive anyway. Thanks GDPR!
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Alexander Wanitschke May 16
🇬🇧London: zero-emission-zones 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Scottish cities: 20 mph speed limit 🇳🇴Oslo: car-free city center 🇩🇰Copenhagen: 300 km of bike-only roads 🇩🇪Germany: free parking, no speed limit and please no more patronizing our car drivers!
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 18
Replying to @oleiade
The system as it currently is favours cars heavily and therefore only encourages that kind of behaviour. Can't change the driver by educating them, instead find the points in the system where you can influence their behaviour. That's the hard part.
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 18
Replying to @oleiade
It might very well be. Whether it's unique to Germany I do doubt but driving culture certainly plays a part, and if anything, it's only gotten worse. That changes little about the overall need for change tho.
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
Replying to @yann_ck
Oh yeah, I've seen that argument being presented to others as well. "We're only waiting for this arc reactor thing to come through, then it won't be a big deal anymore!" Either way it'd still be a ginormous waste of resources!
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
Replying to @roidrage
The other side of this is that traffic (especially from cars and trucks) and how the city is built to cater cars and cars alone have made bike-riding and even being a pedestrian a life-endangering activity in Berlin. But that's a different story. Two birds with one stone?
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
It's good to see Germany being held accountable for its inaction to reduce air pollution from cars. This country is so deeply entwined with the car industry (for good reason, you might argue), it's unlikely to take the necessary steps on its own:
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
"A single bitcoin transaction is so energy intensive that it could power the average U.S. household for a month." Eff this ponzi-scheme abuse of the world's energy resources for the good of only a few!
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RΛMIN NΛSIBOV May 17
German ducks 🦆
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
Replying to @markimbriaco
😱😱😱
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 17
It's been a good morning for some Unearth:
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 16
Replying to @Lauri_Apple
Asparagus season is my favourite German holiday!
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 16
Replying to @ejgreenberg
I want to go to there!
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SZ Magazin May 14
„Gefühlte Wahrheit“: Ängste der Deutschen beim Bäcker
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 15
Replying to @myobie
CSSEdit was pure magic when it came out, put some joy back into working with CSS back in the day (when I still worked with CSS).
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 15
Replying to @blakegentry
I've been using this one as my baseline: That said, this one requires a few more ingredients, but I've found the result to be a much more interesting sauce: Preserved, both last a long time and make for nice gifts :)
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 15
Replying to @kieran_tie
It took getting some distance for me to understand that I was burnt out in the first place and why. Processing and climbing out of that trap has been as gruelling and hard (and long) a process as the is describing in that post. Thank you for sharing your story!
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 15
There's a lot in this article that rings true for me. Burnout is a trap that can feel impossible to get out of, let alone understand that you're stuck in it, and it wasn't workload that signified it for me, it was all the other reasons listed:
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Mathias🤘Meyer May 14
Replying to @JonBThompson
True true! I never set out with coaching to help myself but to help others explicitly. But there is a balance to be struck when helping others and making sure to focus on their challenges rather than the ones I used to face.
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