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Coding lore says we shouldn't repeat ourselves. Sometimes we should. Sometimes we should!
If you're trying to ensure that everything is bolted down before starting your journey, you'll eventually realize you never really get going.
Hey, it's just a startup, right? You're not supposed to have a vision a year into the future! Or should you?
As I work more with CEOs and CPOs, I see that we tend to view our counterparts in black and white. How about some color?
You're not afraid of your own accountability, but are you holding your team accountable?
*Pop* It's time that you go outside of your little cocoon and see what is going on around you.
It is counterintuitive for many leaders to realize that they have to prioritize themselves for the rest of the team to be effective.
As you gain more altitude in your role, you should use the better vision that comes with it.
If you're feeling like all the wind has been knocked out of you as you're approaching another challenge, consider finding the bright spots first.
Hiring people is probably taking up a significant portion of your and your managers' time. Are you doing it correctly?
There are some critical aspects that make for the difference between a glorified manager and a genuine executive.
They say that when you don't know where you're heading, no wind is a good wind. Are you a directionless CTO?
Is your common sense filter too sensitive? Are you listening to that little nagging voice in your too often?
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