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digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Encourage socialization

Encourage socialization

Good connections are hard to come by and those opportunities shouldn't be put off for the 'right' time. Make time. Encourage others.

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Structure and themes

Structure and themes

Good structure supports many themes. Build the right structures to keep moving, building momentum, while rotating the themes.

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Next start momentum

Next start momentum

Prepare for the _next start_ and recognize there will be always be more. Be ready to start strong, rather than eking nominal returns out of the end of the previous day.

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Good friction

Good friction

Good friction makes for more memorable and unusual experiences. Digital processes work to eliminate all friction, including the good points.

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Against Measure Y in San Mateo 2020

Against Measure Y in San Mateo 2020

Measure Y is a proposal to restrict building in San Mateo by imposing strict limits for another 10 years. A vote against this measure will remove zoning restrictions that have restricted developers voters over the past 30 years.

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Prioritize people

Prioritize people

The pandemic has only exacerbated, not caused, these conditions. Use the tools available to connect with most meaningful people in a personal manner.

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Ideas and connections

Ideas and connections

It's difficult to build in time for brainstorming and connecting with others. It's made harder when working alone, and the pandemic has exasperated the conditions.

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Momentary perspective shifts

Momentary perspective shifts

Everyone comes to a situation with a different mindset, and often different goals in mind. Seek other perspectives momentarily and realize there's more than one method.

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Simplify paths

Simplify paths

Simplify paths by eliminating distractions. Get rid of the extraneous, and make the next step clear. Paths are effective because they are a clear way through an otherwise difficult crossing.

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Set the right targets

Set the right targets

Hitting targets every time may be a sign of not setting big enough goals. It's better to miss the right target than consistently hit easy targets.

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