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Tuesday Dispatch: Issue #103
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This week we learn why worrying is a waste of time, the senior shift, and a powerful tool called Feedback Analysis. As well as setting priorities and browser tabs.
Let’s get going!
3 Droplets of Leadership
Why Worrying Is a Complete Waste of Your Time
Worrying can sometimes be helpful. It can prepare your mind for stressful tasks if it's at a moderate level. But, too much worry is harmful. It takes away your energy and fills you with fear. It can distract you if it's too much. Too much worry can also harm your mental health and cause serious physical problems.
So, don't worry, and check out this article!
The Senior Shift
In many tech firms, the initial stages of an engineering career are simple. However, beyond the final level, the landscape changes.
Indeed, you must gain new skills. But the critical difference these companies seek is not just your ability. It's your proven track record of making a significant impact.
This article is pure gold. Check it out!
The Feedback Analysis
Many books can guide us to discover our strengths. However, using Feedback Analysis offers the best advice. Check it out!
2 Grains of Technology
Reprioritize Your Work Life
We must change how we handle three work-life areas in this new global structure.
Our calendar is not what it used to be; we need to make in-person events more meaningful and learn how to set priorities.
Don't miss this article; it's excellent!
A beautiful, customizable New Tab page for Firefox, Chrome, and Edge. Give it a shot!
1 Atom of Reflection
“Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence.” - Hanlon’s Razor