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Feature requests have been one of the most consistent experiences in my many years working in software. Everyone has an idea how your stuff should work, and many are keen to tell you. The way you understand and respond to those requests shows a lot about how you view others and yourself.

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#67: What I can give

#67: What I can give

This week, I share a personal experience that highlights how my OCD gets triggered. Thankfully, the story includes some help from my therapist that provides some hope for the future.

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#66: Ebb and flow

#66: Ebb and flow

This week’s update includes my thoughts on caring for sick family while trying to figure out my new job, a validating reminder that I have made a good choice, and balancing needing and giving help.

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Modeling being human

As a leader, one of the most important things you do for those who follow you is modeling. I have seen all too often leaders who work excessive hours while preaching the value of work/life balance.

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Meditative Sketchnotes Workshop

Mike Rohde and I conducted a workshop yesterday to share about meditative sketchnotes. This was our first time running this workshop, and while we learned a few things to improve for the next run, we were happy with howbit turned out.

Here is the sketchnote I created during the workshop:

Mindfulsketch

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