Worth the 15 minutes of your time, thanks JJJ for sharing.
A well thought out and written essay on written communications from of my favorite philosophers…
Tone is more important than the words you use, until all you have is words. On the web, we’ve skirted tone for a long while with emoticons. 🙂 Thankfully, the wide adoption of Emoji is rescuing us from writing obscure combinations of syntactically invalid punctuation, and I think that’s a good thing. If you read as […]
via Tone — JJJ
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Cory goes on to talk about how to turn that jealousy around and become a more productive, successful person.
Check out the post, it’s definitely worth a read: Jealousy Is Sabotaging Your Prosperity.
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Andrew Wilkinson of MetaLab, the agency responsible for the design of Slack, provides some insight.