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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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Pause and consider role before responding

Pause and consider role before responding

Pause and consider other perspectives. Ask questions. Determine role and the right way to respond. Better to get it right than rush and assume.

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Assume good intentions first

Assume good intentions first

Like animals and computers, people can be provoked or poorly programmed. That's not generally the default state.

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Support others by listening and asking guiding questions

Support others by listening and asking guiding questions

Take more time to listen to others. They often don't want feedback or advice. They want to share.

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Identify problems, plan solutions

Identify problems, plan solutions

Don't overdo negative talk in any situation, even if it is a "realist" viewpoint. Find positive, keep talks upbeat with others.

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find joy in the present, there are no perfect conditions

find joy in the present, there are no perfect conditions

There's so much out of our control and no sense hinging joy on uncontrollable. There's something good in everything. Work to find the joy in the present.

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Stay focused by taking time to reflect, pause, respond

Stay focused by taking time to reflect, pause, respond

It's easy to lose focus when others don't react as expected. Don't let it derail efforts.

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Building an audience is vital to project success

Building an audience is vital to project success

It's not wrong to build an audience - in the physical or digital worlds. It can be looked at as vain and done in the wrong way.

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Develop a rhythm to generate momentum

Develop a rhythm to generate momentum

Wheels don't crash as momentum builds; they keep rolling. Find a rythym to keep rolling and keep from bottoming out.

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Build credibility by showcasing work and demonstrating value

Build credibility by showcasing work and demonstrating value

Communicate clearly to help others put themselves in the story.

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Focus projects on a single purpose to reduce distractions

Focus projects on a single purpose to reduce distractions

Do more by taking on fewer disparate projects. Look for the projects that will make others easier or unnecessary.

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