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  1. this author should write a book called “The DaVinci Code”

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  2. Great, ‘eye-opening’ article. Thank you Dan.

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  3. Indeed Rafe haha.

    On topic, excellent article but very hard to put into practice.

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  4. This is a great article - thanks!

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  5. Asking myself questions to get me to really consider whether or not I’m doing something right is hard for me to do. Once I can settle down and consider what is the best thing for me to do can be difficult, but is so essential in self-growth. Great topic, really felt like it was me talking to myself.

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  6. Amazing post and the best part of is “We also described what “Power with flexibility” meant from the user’s perspective:”

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  7. Great article! Points mentioned here are unique and very informative for web developers.

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  8. This goes over and beyond what I was expecting to read. This entails how to discover what your product is all the way how to manage your team when creating your product. Perfect because that’s the stage we are in and need a little extra insight on team inspiration. I don’t think there are enough goals set for our team, that’s something I’m going to bring up tomorrow. Hopefully this will help! Thanks Dan

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  9. A very nice read, thank you.
    I could also contribute by adding that IMO it is a good practice to correlate your principles and approaches with your own style of work. E.g. as a designer, I often get lost in little details and novelty ideas, which results in non-functional and overcrowded designs. My approach to counteract that can be called ‘counting my actions’, i.e. if I have to perform more than X actions to make a certain feature work - I ditch it. With time, my colleagues also adopted the approach, which made the products of our work so much better.

    Tl;dr: let the approach grow from within.

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  10. Nice post. Thanks for sharing with us.

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