Everyday Decisions, Done Dirt Cheap

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Recently I wrote about the Sustainable Workload Loop I use to keep my myself motivated and from being one of those managers who is constantly busy being busy. One thing I emphasized throughout that article is that deciding what to do is overhead. The time, energy, and motivation you spend just picking what to do next is time, energy, and motivation that you’re not using to get stuff done. Today we’re going to talk about how to…

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Dour, opinionated leader of software engineers.

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