🔒 Thursday Thread: What has async enabled in your life?
This is a member-only thread. Want to see what people are saying? Join us!
Why time management won't solve your time problems
Having more time is like earning more money — the more you have, the more you want to spend. Here's a different way to think about it...
The 20/30/50 rule for remote team retreats
The most successful remote retreats optimize for “soft work.” Here’s how we approach it (including the actual agenda from our last retreat).
Fellow CEOs: We need to talk about async privilege
The ability to work asynchronously is strongly correlated with seniority, and it’s not even close. Here’s what we as leaders can do about it.
🔒 Member thread: What questions do *you* have?
For this week's member thread, I'm turning the tables and asking what work questions you want to see the community answer.
How to say no to work meetings
27 tactful scripts you can steal to protect your time without burning bridges
How GitLab's Head of Remote works async
Darren Murph on nonlinear workdays, saying yes to memos and no to meetings, and how leaders should "start with why" when it comes to building a more async team culture
3 time-tested systems for creating accountability on a remote team
There’s a common misconception that it’s harder to hold employees accountable when they work remotely. More often, it’s the exact opposite.
🔒 Member thread: The books that will change the way you work
Newsletter members share their must-reads
Our obsession with measuring worker productivity is killing it
“What gets measured gets managed — even when it’s pointless to measure and manage it, and even if it harms the purpose of the organisation to do so”.