Invest emotional currency and love in people, in what you do, not how you get it done
Everything Dies (In Tech)
Jesse Noller

This is what I am discovering more and more for myself. When your focus is caring for people, the work will be good. It’s the default position. The results may vary, but work will be good.

Looking at it that way brings a natural growth-aspect. Instead of defining yourself by what you deliver, it becomes about the interactions. The relationships. Instead of being worn-down at work, you will be supported. Instead of going home and being a preoccupied parent/spouse/person, you can have a natural sense of contentment.

At the end of the day, it’s about people first, the job they do second, or third, or… yea you decide.

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