@JoeBuhlig I believe it does but just from my own experience. I can tell when a storm is coming because the drop in pressure will trigger a sinus headache. And I have no energy on dark dreary days. This doesn’t really answer your question as far as research goes.
Employees are not resources to manage. They’re humans to value.
Bad managers only care about your results. Good managers care about your well-being. Great managers care more about your well-being than your results.
We do our best work when leaders put people above performance.
If you're curious, it's a system that modifies Jekyll to work with an @oracle CMS. Now we can write in Markdown, host on GitHub, and publish to official Oracle sites.
Nothing about it was easy, but it's still less painful than actually having to use a CMS…
Just did an interesting experiment:
I’ve completely ignored emails the past 5 days as I was at a conference
I sat down and it took me exactly 2 hours to clear my email inbox
Which means it takes me 24 minutes on average for each day’s worth of emails to get to inbox zero
A unique strength of ADHD is our innate ability to enhance an idea.
Divergent thinking leads us to apply new constructs to a concept as we evaluate, adjust, critique, discover, invent, and improve—all without realizing it.
It’s our natural way of idea interaction.
It doesn’t matter how easy something is for other people—if I don’t want to do it, if I’m not doing it, it’s a difficult task.
This doesn’t excuse me from having to do it, but it helps me not feel bad about the difficulty.
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