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I am currently based in Houston, TX, but I have lived or worked in many US states + 9 countries (last time I counted). I started my career in 100% commission sales, moved into IT for 20+ years, am a Master Black Belt and Lean Startup practitioner. I also teach classes in organizing, lean startup, and creative endeavors (ranging from greeting cards to personalized journals to miniature settings).

Congratulations Heather! ^^
4 days ago
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Barry Dutton
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The slots and numbers changed a whole lot again overnight, it is honestly hard to make sense of this, despite the people trying to explain it all. Enjoy the day Heather.
4 days ago
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Nice work Heather. You've posted some interesting content, so I'm glad you're getting rewarded.
4 days ago
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Barry Dutton
105,801°
On my posts and questions on here and replies with you, you have never wavered on this -- KISS for the non technical people here and everywhere. I appreciate that about you Heather. Great post
5 days ago
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Ake Gaviar
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Easy reading is hard writing. This is a very good post.
4 days ago
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Ilya°
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That was extremely helpful. Thank you Heather!
4 days ago
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Barry Dutton
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I am in full belief of 2 things here 1/ Largely they have not informed themselves nor believe when informed the benefits and productivity they benefit from happy / out of office staff. 2/ They are still in the old mindset --- and related closely the forms of control that goes with it. Basically it is like government in many ways.... Which I loathe. Good articles, you are doing well here Heather.
9 days ago
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Natasha
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Hi Heather, interesting read, what roles did you take as a remoter? indeed some roles are not suitable for the remote work, but I agree, that with a right mindset and readiness to communicate and be a team, a lot of roles can be turned into the remote positions with high productivity outcomes.
4 days ago
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pibyk
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We all really are :D
12 days ago
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Ake Gaviar
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Okay, wow, Heather, having an IBM Redbook as the first publication is a huge deal. This is coming from someone who's spent years in Knowledge Management, Technical Communication, and everything tech docs. The IBM Style Guide and all IBM docs have always been the standard for everyone in the software documentation space. Impressive.
11 days ago
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Alexander
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Lol, I've got caught into our own interface update trap and accidentally downvoted the post. Please forgive me, I've come in peace 😅
11 days ago
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6 Feb 2019