…hallenging and uncomfortable situations is integral to growth — cognitive, emotional, and physical. Burnout doesn’t result from intense, “stressful” work. It results from intense, stressful work that isn’t followed by appropriate rest/recovery/reflection.
…from the perspective of a new potential customer and actually see what’s there. Does it make sense? Can you predict what’s going to happen when you click that button or open that menu? Is there sufficient feedback to know if the click or tap worked? Is it fast enough? If I read the email on my phone and click the link, is it broken?
However, if we are selling “a reduction in the cost of communication” or “zero effort knowledge management” or “making better decisions, faster” or “all your team communication, instantly searchable, available wherever you go” or “75% less email” or some other valuable result of adopting Slack, we will find many more buyers.