Leaving a job can be a sweaty, anxiety-inducing, stressball of an experience. Here are a few thoughts to make that process easier. Future You will thank you.
Good advice can be life-changing.
We're all busy. All the time. You aren't busier than anyone else. You just need to learn how to communicate why you can't (or couldn't) do something.
Recruiters these days seem hell-bent on knowing whether or not you've worked a remote job in the past. The truth is it doesn't matter. The truth is we're all already doing it.
Most of the time, life is about balance. But there are some things that you just can't do halfway.
Slack is built for work teams. My family has adopted it to communicate when we're not all together.
No is powerful. It's concise, precise, and direct. Learn when it makes sense to use it, and when to stand back.
I really hate assumptions. It's essential to lessen or remove assumptions from a situation. And when you can't, you can at least face them directly and honestly.
It's really frustrating when you break a rule you didn't know existed in the first place. Let's examine how to fix those scenarios.
Productivity decreases significantly when we use email and impromptu chatting when email alone or a meeting could have sufficed.
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The stack is Eleventy, Tailwind CSS, and loads of other open-source software. The code is built, deployed, and hosted with help from GitHub and Netlify.
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