If you’re going to collaborate on something with someone, you need to be in the same place.
Too much advice
Zach Gage

I think this is the salient point. I work on a team of 100+ people, some of whom are legitimate geniuses. Most of them are more talented than I am and i’ve grown as a level designer more in the past year and a half than I have in the last 15 years — part of that is that my company has a strict “no assholes” policy — so you’re working with people that are enthusiastic and want to help you get better and you know you can trust.

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