“Work calmly, joyously, recklessly on whatever is in hand.”
Kate Matsudaira, who blogs about productivity, leadership, and being awesome, writes, “I make excuses like ‘I only have an hour, and so I guess I will wait to start when I have more time.’ [
“It can be very frustrating to keep sucking at something without realizing that it’s not the thing you should be trying to get better at… Part of successfully growing up is letting go of unrealistic ideas that stop us from recognizing something else we’re good at and might enjoy more than what we’re doing now.”
While I obviously haven’t been diligent about blogging, it’s been on my mind. I have lots of half-started posts and ideas, so maybe one day they’ll end up here. I need to make sure I have a better deploy process. One step at a time!
For now, a fancy schmancy...
Sam Kapila moderated an awesome panel including Sophie Shepherd, Joel Goodman, Matt Jared, Michael Way, and I. We got to be silly and talk about frameworks, the tools we can’t live without, and general front-end goodness. Thanks!
I have to decide what’s more important: sharing my opinion and putting my family at risk, or staying quiet and keeping safe; making a point or letting my silence speak for me.
Every time I speak at a conference, write a blog post, or compose a tweet, I ask myself: “Is this it? Is this the [talk/post/tweet] that will send someone over the edge?”
I am so sick of hearing conference organizers complain that it is impossible, that it will diminish the quality of their conference, or that people who want diverse lineups are bullies