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Feedback: Worthwhile or Not? Time and Saying No, The Value of Frustration at Work. TPL #134

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March 31 · Issue #134 · View online
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Feedback
How to Deliver Constructive Feedback in Difficult Situations
Why Feedback Is Never Worthwhile | Oliver Burkeman | Life and Style | the Guardian
The Five Conditions for Improvement – Roy Rapoport – Medium
The Feedback Paradox: Brutal Honesty, Radical Transparency, Radical Candor and Netflix
Speed, Velocity, Overwhelm
Understanding Speed and Velocity: Saying "NO" to the Non-Essential
Open-Plan Office: Great for Photo Shoots, Terrible for Collaboration | Inside Nuclino
Teams
Frustrated at Work? That Might Just Lead to Your Next Breakthrough - The New York Times
Quotes
“when a man has little time, he must take care to maintain his calm. We must act as if we had eternity before us.”  ― Umberto Eco
“While we breathe, we open time like a path in the grass. We open time as a boat’s stem slits the crest of the present.” — Annie Dillard
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