The best companies aren’t families. They’re supporters of families. Allies of families. There to provide healthy, fulfilling work environments so when workers shut their laptops at a reasonable hour, they’re the best husbands, wives, parents, siblings, and children they can be.
“I would tell my younger self to ignore the people who tell me to stick with what you know and just build things as quickly as you can instead of learning something new,” she said. “Always learn new things, always learn how to teach yourself so that you can do that efficiently, quickly and so that you are always able to leverage new tools because it will always keep your life interesting.”