Dorota Parad
May 4, 2018 · 1 min read

I frequently struggle with the opposite problem — I catch all my thoughts in a set of, let’s face it, crappy half-sentences and bullet points, and then struggle to find motivation to make them read nicely. Once a thought is fully formed and finished, clear in my head, it feels “done”, so what’s the point in this additional mundane step of stating it?

That’s why I end up publishing less than I’d like to.

Your approach inspires me to let my thoughts slip occasionally, instead of obsessively pursuing them to their natural conclusion. What an interesting path ahead :)

    Dorota Parad

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    CEO at Rhosys. Loves making awesome software, but humans keep getting in the way.