People think they don’t have the time to write so they’ll have a meeting instead which is probably the worst thing they could do, but it’s easy.

Even then trying to teach people how to write better does not seem to be a very successful manoeuvre. I’m still trying to figure out what making them yearn for the sea is in this context.

http://www.timcasasola.com/blog/writing

so people never settle … they simply won’t stop tweaking their tools, instead of focusing on the actual work.

Another piece of a company that has a broken culture (he is literally writing it) and is blaming that on the tool that they use.

To be fair, I think that these kind of open tools probably don’t scale past 10 people. It sure would be nice but you just can’t expect everybody to be a superstar power user of the tool your company is using. People have lives and they probably don’t care about this as much as you do. Tools need to accommodate that.

https://medium.com/diesdas-direct/notion-encourages-busy-work-and-im-tired-of-it-b1e049edb663