Yesterday I accidentally deleted my terminal shell (zsh) and I suddenly couldn't open my terminal to even fix the problem I'd caused. I freaked out a bit.
Thankfully, I found an easy solution, so I made a little video showing how you can change your default shell on macOS.
hate when engineers complain about “the requirements not being clear”
your responsibility includes figuring out what the requirements should be - the fact that some parts are unclear is information
no good product has ever been built by outsourcing that process to someone else
As a new designer, finding your first clients can be challenging.
Rather than relying on outreach or waiting for clients to find my portfolio, I have always used a different technique to attract the attention of my dream clients.
Here's what I did, and you can try it too:
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Quick, underrated SEO keyword research hack👇
Go to Ahrefs (or Semrush)
Enter your keyword & check “SERP Overview”
Check the DR for the top 5
If your DR is higher than the top 5, ranking for this KW will be easier & quicker
(Use this to find keywords that are easier to win & help you build topical authority)
In domains with a very short distance from inputs to financial outcomes PMs have an easier time arguing for focusing on those inputs
When the distance is longer … especially to sustainable growth … you need to align finance, GTM, and everyone that the link is there
This means facilitating intros. Helping people land interviews. Being thoughtful in connecting people. Prioritising relationships over quick revenue. Being known as a super-connector...
I'm convinced that long-term optimism for difficult projects is made out of short-term pessimism.
Wake up assuming everything will go wrong today.
If it does, you're prepared.
If it doesn't, you're pleasantly surprised.