Social media strategy: Let the other person have the last word.
Especially if adding words won’t improve the conversation.
You’ll be amazed at how freeing it is to walk away, especially from a tension you know will not be resolved at that time, in that forum, with more words.
Be wary of the new. Trust the tried, tested, and proved.
Much head-nodding from this Gen Xer.
I always find such articles fascinating and inspiring.
Beatrix, age 13, has organized a meeting with many of her female identifying classmates to discuss the inherent sexism of dress codes.
This is why I’m crying now.
My wife dug up this fascinating oral interview with my Grandmother that goes from her birth in 1925 until shortly after her retirement in 1995. I had no idea this was out there.
Go down a rabbit hole with Kurt and your day will be the better for it.
Seth suggests we should find the rhythm of our day and organize our work and lives around it (instead of it being forced upon it). Personally, my best work is usually done between 10pm and 2am.