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Michael Schofield
Lead of User Experience Development . 🎙. 💀 Started (). Formerly , .
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Michael Schofield 6h
Yeah, I like the "template" for fearsetting as a workshop tool. It's all centered around stoicism's "premeditation of evils," which I already do at work. I wrote about it hyar
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Michael Schofield 7h
Slow down. Take the time to QA. Take the time to proofread. Check your links. Write - then pause before you publish. Let the flavor settle. You race to the finish line like your life depends on it. It doesn't. Users don't care about your hurry, but notice when shit's broken.
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Michael Schofield 8h
This isn’t a new thing but I just learned about Fearsetting.
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Michael Schofield 11h
Replying to @godaisies
The best advice my parents gave me when I became a parent: once you're sure the kiddo doesn't need changed or fed - let the baby cry. They'll figure it out.
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Michael Schofield 13h
Soooo I kind of really want to watch this show now. As a lark our hero tells airport folks they work for ICE, then suddenly is welcomed into the weird "homeland-inati" secret society.
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Michael Schofield 13h
Replying to @DaveThackeray
It's funny you say this. In the local south florida ux slack I'm in I've been talking over ways we can maybe help facilitate "nanomentorships" among each other. I've been thinking about the mentor/mentee relationship a lot lately
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Michael Schofield 13h
Replying to @click2carney
I recommend this one ^^. I gifted a copy to my devs
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Michael Schofield 14h
Replying to @schoeyfield
TL;DR: get a therapist. They're cool.
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Michael Schofield 14h
Replying to @schoeyfield
But if anything getting a therapist was a concrete commitment that I made to myself to invest time and effort into myself, that made other, fuzzier commitments more tangible. The inertia of taking that step to get a therapist has carried me through establishing other habits.
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Michael Schofield 14h
Replying to @schoeyfield
I can't say that it's because of my therapist, who I like, and who I talk shop with sometimes instead of other stuff. I can't say I wouldn't be where I am now without a therapist - that I couldn't get here without stoicism, etc.
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Michael Schofield 14h
Yo, so I enjoy therapy. I was never made to go; I wasn't in a particularly bad place when I decided to look for a therapist. I just saw it as a way to invest in myself - the same reason I go for a long walk, or read a trash scifi. I'm in a much different headspace 6mos later.
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Michael Schofield 18h
s/o to just expertly designed that was such a pleasant surprise this morning when told me to sign in with my work email. Within like 10 minutes I already started using it for work by spinning out GitHub issues and posting conversations to slack.
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Michael Schofield Apr 22
Replying to @cdvillard
You could use tweetdeck, which lets you organize columns with specific people pen by other criteria.
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Michael Schofield Apr 21
SER BRIENNE OF FUCKING TARTH
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Michael Schofield Apr 21
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Michael Schofield Apr 21
5 of 5 stars to Tiamat's Wrath by James S.A. Corey
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Michael Schofield Apr 18
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Michael Schofield Apr 17
I like this actor a ton but I hope they don't take Chief's helmet off. Don't give Chief a face. He's special because he could be anyone - he could be you.
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Michael Schofield Apr 17
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Michael Schofield Apr 16
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