One of the best skill I’ve developed over the past year is the ability to recognize high-leverage actions. For any given task ask yourself: “do we need *me* to do it or we need *someone* to do it?”
In other words, if there’s added value that only you can bring by working on it, do it yourself. Otherwise, delegate that task.
Anther great piece of writing by Ueno, this time on why it’s really tough to sponsor a visa: https://loremipsum.ueno.co/dear-ueno-why-cant-you-sponsor-my-visa-9450c08db51e
There’s something about refactoring code to be simpler that is deeply satisfying to me. Another great article by Sundell: https://www.swiftbysundell.com/posts/early-returning-functions-in-swift
“Advice for a new executive” — http://larahogan.github.io/blog/advice-for-new-executive/