Do you have any question for me?twitter.com/jadecarsonxo/status/1233801790086426626
Over time, I’ve come to love the question, “Do you have any questions for me?” after an interview. Here’s my list of my favorite questions to ask that have led to me getting the job:
How to love your job and avoid burnout — Quartz at Workqz.com/work/1571065/how-to-love-your-job-and-avoid-burnout/
Meaning is not found, but made.
Let’s Chat About Professional Etiquette – Grow It Alone – Mediummedium.com/s/grow-it-alone/lets-have-a-chat-about-professional-etiquette-shall-we-because-some-of-you-need-it-fd3d35e2bab0
Over two decades, I evolved from an arrogant college grad who once called her boss a bitch to an executive capable of respect and active listening. Here’s what I learned along the way.
progression.fyi | A collection of open source frameworks for helping designers and engineers to grow at workprogression.fyi/
A collection of open source frameworks for helping designers and engineers to grow at work
Becoming a 10x developerkateheddleston.com/blog/becoming-a-10x-developer
A 10x engineer isn’t someone who is 10x better than those around them, but someone who makes those around them 10x better.
BBC - Capital - The compelling case for working a lot lessbbc.com/capital/story/20171204-the-compelling-case-for-working-a-lot-less
Mastering 'active rest' is far harder than it looks, but there are good reasons why we should keep working at it
Overcoming Impostor Syndromedev.to/kathryngrayson/overcoming-impostor-syndrome-apg
What Impostor Syndrome is, how common it is, and how to deal with it.
Out of Office Hoursoutofofficehours.com/
Creating dialog between newcomers and people working in the tech industry.