You didn’t ask, I answered.
I’ve taken a dive into the world of personality types over the last half year or so and MAN, what a game changer.
I mean WHAT. So interesting.
Now of course, you can’t go using these labels as an excuse, “I can’t do that because I’m an IN-whatever.” But as a framework it’s helped me make sense of why I act and react the way I do. It’s helped me reframe traits I’ve long seen as weaknesses into strengths. Which is a biggie.
I digress… the book!! The most interesting part to me was the research on introverts vs extroverts in the workplace (these differences are SO important and largely ignored) and in childhood. What it’s like to be a highly reactive, aka introverted, kid and how various experiences including trauma influence you differently. Lot’s of my-life-finally-makes-sense moments were had. It was great.
I’M LISTENING TO…
You know when you walk around pretending to know what a term means but secretly you’re praying someone doesn’t ask you to define it…. Ya.
Like I essentially knew what it meant, but not really. Sure as heck couldn’t explain it. For those of you that can relate listen from 10:45 to 17:20, Matt does a great job of explaining what open source code means and why it’s so important.
“Open source essentially creates a bill of rights for software. As a developer you cannot take away any of the freedoms you yourself were given.”
Also, how relaxing is Matt’s voice? Can we get him narrating on Audible? K thanks.
OH, THAT’S GOOD…
I know the baby-photo-real-estate-agent thing isn’t new… but did this ever make me smile. And in Roncesvalles? Well played, Sir. Know your demographic.
What have you come across lately that’s stuck with you? Articles, interviews, a really great ad… Comment or Tweet me!