October 2019 stats
The end of the year has snuck up on me, so it's time to measure and focus on my goals.
Making of a Manager
Progress 77 - 100%
Scott Pilgrim, Volume 2: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Progress 48 - 77%
Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.
Progress 0 - 80%
The Little Black Book of Workout Motivation
Progress 0 - 68%
Vue.js for Designers course
Progress 68 - 100%
Productivity Masterclass: Create a Custom System that Works
Progress 68 - 100%
- Watched 9 movies
- Listened to 950 songs (Prev. 960, -17%)
- Listened to 803 separate songs (Prev 788, -10%)
- Mura Masa
- Rex Orange County
- Run the Jewels
I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again by Mura Masa (10 plays)
23 days (+8%)
5 workouts & 6 runs
Food for thought 💬 (Quotes)
How do you become stronger, smarter, faster, healthier? How do you become better? How do you achieve true freedom?
There is only one way. The way of discipline.
— Jocko Willink
The scariest moment is always just before you start.
— Stephen King
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.
— Aristotle (not really)
The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.
— Chinese Proverb
Recommended articles 📄
Process for a product team can be suffocating, or process can be liberating. And no process at all? Well that’s fun for maybe a week or two before everything starts to fall apart.
Inspirational quotes of dubious provenance are just one of the ways in which social media sells a warped vision of ‘living fully’.
A German startup cut its working day from eight to five hours, combined it with discouraging small talk, banning social media and leaving mobile phones in bags. Output levels didn't change.
You may call yourself an Agile team but if developers are still the last in line and thought has the implementers — you are working in Waterfall.
To understand how our consumer choices affect our well-being, Sabrina Helm at the University of Arizona and her team looked at the “culturally entrenched materialistic values” that influence millennials.