Here are a few things I read on November 02 that I thought worth sharing.:
Yet we’re soft. We quit early. Settle. Complain. Think we deserve a break. Make lazy, self-serving assumptions. Try to get the most for the least work.
- What Happens in Brooklyn Moves to Vegas – NYTimes.com
- The Most Revealing Interview Question – Referly Blog
For senior positions, I will ask a question early in the 5 minutes that is a complete tangent and has little to do with their goal. A star candidate will politely refuse to go down this rat hole and insist that we stay on topic. This seems unfair since an they’re in an interview and just doing what they’re being asked. In reality though, the very same thing happens often in real work. Even mangers do not innately know what is most important about a topic, and it’s key to have confident people on the team that add focus to conversations.
- Never Be Like Them | RyanHoliday.net
I would rather be my own tyrant than have someone else tyrannize me.
- Quora – Steve Jobs: What was it like to be friends with Steve Jobs? – Quora
The one thing I remember from the book is that nobody would organize his bachelor party…This can be the price for genius.