👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
The crux of emotional intelligence involves removing unhelpful emotional reactions from your interactions while simultaneously emphasizing helpful reactions and improving the clarity of your thinking.People Who Embrace the ‘Z-Y-X Rule’ Have Very High Emotional Intelligence
Designers must become environmental activists as we are in a position by the choices we make to change our relationship to the natural world.32 experts on the most urgent matters facing designers today
In a way, the biggest advantage I had was not knowing anything. Starting with a “blank slate” approach was extremely valuable, as many prior conceptions of how a virus operates did not necessarily apply in the case of this novel coronavirus.21 Experts on the Future of Expertise
What I believe has served me well is something that’s often overlooked when you think about being the “best” – being easy to work with.What does “best” mean?
A snapshot of someone’s life on Instagram tells you nothing about that person’s actual life. That’s how we should treat all those things: As pure entertainment, not as inspiration for life.
Usually if I learned a concept a long time ago, it means that I’ve lost touch with what it’s like to learn it for the first time today. So running an explanation by a few people who don’t already know the concept helps to catch incorrect assumptions I’ve made.
Step one is to create space between emotion and action. It’s OK to have fear and trust issues. But it’s not OK to let them hold you back.
People who practice self-compassion treat themselves with kindness, care, and concern in the face of negative experiences.
But they often lie; elite opinion often overrules expert opinion, especially on topics with strong moral colors. And elites are selected far more for prestige than expertise.
Workers aren’t just looking for higher pay, more time off, or more days at home (though those things would surely help in the short term). They’re actually questioning the whole meaning of the daily grind.
The regrets that will trouble us the most are not the mistakes or errors we made, but rather the actions we failed to take.
The choice and successful pursuit of a profession is but one tool for achieving your purpose. But without a purpose, life can become hollow.
Pay transparency applies only to the numbers. However, there are cases where various factors determine why an individual’s salary can be higher. It could be something simple like geography, cost of living, or working conditions — to something more complex, private and specific to an individual.
A future where engineers, executives and PMs make the bulk of the conceptual decisions because the barriers to entry when it comes to making design decisions—in the form of craft skills—have all but been removed.
A failure to identify the true costs of something you’re pursuing, with too much emphasis on financial costs while ignoring the emotional price that must be paid to win a reward.
When you feel lost in ambiguity, ask a different question. The perfect question is a key to clarity. It unlocks truth and opens minds.