Near the beginning of pandemic WFH I wrote on a Post-It, “Lead with empathy / Everyone is doing the best they can” and stuck it on my computer monitor. It’s still there as a daily reminder. Feels like the right energy to bring into 2021 too.
Question for #SEOTwitter... I'm seeing increased chatter (and experiencing myself) that field tests and lab tests for CWVs are returning very odd and inconsistent results. Anyone else seeing this?
@googlesearchc@JohnMu@searchliaison any bugs we should be aware of?
New from me: Gymnastic is already a dangerous sport even when your head is right — and Simone throws some of the most intense tricks ever seen in competition
I’m glad she didn’t risk her life for our enjoyment today
"It says a lot of smart things, but it’s more in the vein of emotional intelligence. It's about unapologetic earnestness and optimism. It's about believing in others and caring about them and being vulnerable. It's about finding joy in messiness and pain."
The gymnast Sunisa Lee, 18, will be one of four representing the U.S. in the team competition at the Olympics. She is favored to win an individual medal in the uneven bars, one of the hardest events in women’s gymnastics.
Been waking up a lot with the horrible feeling that America really dgaf about kids under 12 who sacrificed such a huge part of their childhood to protect adults from Covid and are now being treated like they’re invisible. And the medically vulnerable, too. I mean, c’mon.
Ted Lasso's second season debuts this Friday. I spoke to @brendanhunting, wrote about how the show is a must-watch for every manager and executive, and the five most important leadership lessons from its first season:
I feel like tweeting about it is just preaching to the choir, but please get vaccinated and, if you have been, please mask up when indoors. Kids and immunocompromised people remain unvaccinated, and this isn't going away.