How to get a busy person to respond to your email
5 rules for good email etiquette
Some days I get hundreds of emails a day. It really sucks.
The other day I came across a good slideshow from Ken Norton on Leading Cross-Functional Teams and he talks about how hard it is for product managers and engineers to come up with accurate estimates for product features. He mentions this cool rule of thumb that I wanted to share:
A collection of stories written by a small group of friends. It works roughly like this: we take turns sending each other a first sentence or two and then the other person writes the rest of the story. There is no editing. It’s written improv.
Want to write more? So do we. So we designed a free 30-day series of writing prompts so we could play around with stories, ideas, and essays for a month. These are some of the stories that came from our month-long community experiment.