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Overcoming Overwhelm, Signs of an Exceptional Employee, Remote Teams. TPL Issue #128.

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January 20 · Issue #128 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

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Overcoming Overwhelm: Time Management
About Time: How to Dig Yourself Out of Overwhelm – Tech People Leadership – Medium
Productivity - Sam Altman
Management
8 Signs an Employee Is Exceptional (Which Never Appear on Performance Evaluations)
Leveling Up Skill #16: Operationalizing Feedback – Chelsea Troy
What is an Engineering Manager? | Amazon Web Services
Engineering Managers: Don’t Forget the Individual Contributor’s High
Remote Teams
How to Build Belonging Across a Remote Team
Startups
12 Things I Learned from Chris Dixon about Startups – Andreessen Horowitz
Quote
A reminder of why we need poets - Mary Oliver, who passed away this week, on interruptions to creative work:
“I am at my desk. Then the phone rings, or someone raps at the door. I am deep in the machinery of my wits. Reluctantly I rise, I answer the phone or I open the door. And the thought which I had in hand, or almost in hand, is gone.
Creative work needs solitude. It needs concentration, without interruptions. It needs the whole sky to fly in, and no eye watching until it comes to that certainty which it aspires to, but does not necessarily have at once” 
(more at always excellent Brain Pickings)
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