When reading Christian Heilmann’s blog this morning, I came across his list of seven sins of meetings with remote participants. It really resonated with me. I am in a remote meeting at least once — if not more than once — every day. I am a huge Zoom user. Whether it is chatting with founders or … Continue reading 7 Sins of remote meetings
It is raining outside. I can hear its soft patter outside my window. I like rains. They make me nostalgic, especially on a Sunday, my day for catching up with the week ahead. Past few days have been particularly intense, mostly for personal reasons. I have been preoccupied and thus been playing hide-and-seek from responsibilities such as replying to emails. I decided to change that today.
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Taylor Lorenz has written a wonderful piece on why we should give up trying to tame the email problem. Good point — people send more email if you reply to their email anyway. So to hell with it. Forget about InBox Zero. Don’t think about declaring email bankruptcy. Simply don’t care. Point to note: at some point, even reporter worth their notebook has written a version of the “too much email” story.