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  • Sam shared from Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson
    If you let them, humans have an amazing power to live up to your high expectations of reasonableness and responsibility.
  • Sam shared from Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson
    The job of a manager is not to herd cats, but to lead and verify the work. The trouble with that job description is that it requires knowledge of the work itself. You can’t effectively manage a team if you don’t know the intricacies of what they’re working on.
    Note: Yes! Management is not for those who can't!
  • Sam shared from Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson
    People have an amazing ability to live down to low expectations. If you run your ship with the conviction that everyone’s a slacker, your employees will put all their ingenuity into proving you right.
  • Sam shared from Knowing God by J. I. Packer
    If Jesus had been no more than a very remarkable, godly man, the difficulties in believing what the New Testament tells us about his life and work would be truly mountainous. But if Jesus was the same person as the eternal Word, the Father’s agent in creation, “through whom also he made the worlds” (Heb 1:2 RV), it is no wonder if fresh acts of creative power marked his coming into this world, and his life in it, and his exit from it. It is not strange that he, the Author of life, should rise from the dead. If he was truly God the Son, it is much more startling that he should die than that...
  • Sam shared from Knowing God by J. I. Packer
    If Jesus had been no more than a very remarkable, godly man, the difficulties in believing what the New Testament tells us about his life and work would be truly mountainous. But if Jesus was the same person as the eternal Word, the Father’s agent in creation, “through whom also he made the worlds” (Heb 1:2 RV), it is no wonder if fresh acts of creative power marked his coming into this world, and his life in it, and his exit from it. It is not strange that he, the Author of life, should rise from the dead. If he was truly God the Son, it is much more startling that he should die than that...
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Sam Williamson