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  1. Default to Asynchronous.
  2. Default to 1-to-1. (i.e. Default to zero cc’s on emails. Default to email, not Slack.)
  3. Before hitting Send on an email, ask yourself:
    – “What questions might they ask when they receive my email?”
    – “How can I more-clearly state this?”
    – “Is this email even necessary to send?”
  4. Always look 1 week ahead, anticipate customer questions, & communicate what you are (and aren’t) going to do before it happens.
  5. Eliminate surprises.

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Coronavirus has forced us into a reality where our friends who are fortunate enough to have jobs, are forced to adapt to the new world of remote work. Thankfully, there’s tons of remote work tools & resources out there. I’ve compiled some of those tools & resources here.

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