Trouble employees do much more damage to a business than great employees do good. Employees are the driving force of your business. If they are motivated and given the right direction, they can move mountains. They can also destroy those mountains, faster then they were ever built up. [Read more…] about 5 Employees that are Putting Your Business at Risk
Tumblr released the bad news to the Internet two weeks ago, in a blog post titled “A better, more positive Tumblr“. Jeff D’Onofrio, the CEO of Tumblr made the announcement that Tumblr will ban all adult content on December 17th, 2018.[Read more…] about Why Tumblr’s Content Ban Hurts us All
Today I turn 34. I’m ok with this, as I’ve never really been subconscious about my age. I recently read about an exercise in a book, that laid out a different way of setting goals. The idea is to write 500 words of how you want your life to look in 2 years. Then work every day towards making your life fit that scene. I would like to share with you how I want my life to look like in 2 years. I am doing this for my own self-reflection, as well as to deliver accountability to myself. [Read more…] about My Two Year Outlook
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
I have been taking design very seriously the last few months. I mean, really seriously. I’m starting to think design first, code second. Adam Wathan and Steve Schoger have written a great piece on how to cheat on design.
I don’t think it’s cheating at all, but the title certainly get’s more people to click through.
I’ve been struggling with my communication with my co-workers for several months now. It seems I am always in one of two states. I am either bugging people on Slack, or I am the one being bugged. Slack did replace email for us, but it created a whole new problem in its place.
Eric Barnes seems to have the same problem. I love that his company has Slack free hours, and I think I’ve going to implement that in my company. I want people to get work done, as well as communicate their work. Unfortunately for some, the latter sometimes overrides the former.