Thinking aboutBack to recruiting, and also professional development. In a mostly flat organisation, how to you give people a career path? My company has more of a cargo net than a ladder.
Stimuli and inputRead "Never Split The Difference" by Chris Voss, and "How Emotions Are Made" by Lisa Feldman Barrett. Both books are in a similar place to "De-escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less" by Douglas Noll.
I'm thinking a lot about communication styles, truth and trust in communication, and how to make it safe for people to give honest feedback to those around them, including up, down, and across the cargo net.
Craft and unnecessary creatingI've completed a 10epi (ends per inch) woven scarf with sport-weight yarn, and finished a 12epi kitchen towel in unmercerised 8/2 cotton doubled for warp and weft. Working on a 7.5epi scarf with doubled Wollmeise for warp and feltable grey worsted yarn for weft. Finished a hat for male with a sizeable noggin, which felt like it took forever but was just over a week.
Exercise and healthStill working on the pushups, I can do six full-length on my fists now. I know the next step is full-length, on my fists, one leg crossed over the other. I see my instructor doing those.