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The Rock is My Rock, Why Not Thinking is OK
Don’t let ‘side hustle pornstars’ intimidate you into feeling bad about being lazy and unproductive. It’s OK to sit on the sofa and turn your brain off for as long as you like. I was recently ‘Netflix shamed’ by a colleague. During a presentation, they mentioned that they liked to…
The Highs and Lows, Emotions at Work: How to Avoid Burnout Through Emotional Labour.
It’s easier to burn someone out through emotional labour than physical labour. This isn’t something we can keep ignoring. I’ve been thinking a lot about emotions as works recently. Mainly because the fantastic Tech Point Charlie invited me to talk about the topic. But also because I have…
The Crying Game: It’s OK to Cry at Work!
People cry at work, probably more than you think. Crying at work is OK. If it makes you uncomfortable, then that’s your problem. For some reason, people tend to trust me with information they don’t generally share with others. I honestly have no idea why maybe I have a trustworthy…
Imposter Syndrome: How to deal with it in others.
One of the biggest challenges of leading a team of developers is dealing with their fragile egos and the problems that arrive from Imposter Syndrome. If you’re not familiar with imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is: A psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a…