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Speaking Like a Leader Not An Engineer, Winning Arguments, Avoiding Bad Choices. TPL Issue #133

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March 17 · Issue #133 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

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Communication
“Blast Radius”, “Crushing It” and “Wartime CEOS”: The Pros and Cons of Violent Metaphors
Ask HN: How to Speak like a Leader, Not like an Engineer? | Hacker News
The Art of Winning An Argument
Roleplaying Difficult Conversations | Lara Hogan
People
The Stormtrooper Problem: Why Thought Diversity Makes Us Better
Talking Ourselves Into It: How We Rationalize Bad Choices | Darden Ideas to Action
Undiscussed Topics Are Smaller Than They Appear – the Startup – Medium
The Evils of Snark | Programmer's Paradox
Products
Stop creating Maximal Voluminous Products for your ‘MVPs’
Quotes
“The moment we want to believe something, we suddenly see all the arguments for it, and become blind to the arguments against it” — George Bernard Shaw
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