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I didn’t write to you yesterday because I had nothing interesting to say.

As a young Team Lead, I would not have done this.

Back then I believed that saying something was always better than saying nothing.

Even when I had no specific ideas to contribute, I would open my mouth and fill the void of silence.

Why?  That’s how I thought leaders acted.

Only later would I learn that wasn’t true.

Do you find yourself tempted to do the same thing?

What might you do instead when you have nothing to say?

Take care,

The upcoming Software Leader Seminar teaches you how to overcome this so your team becomes the problem-solvers.

About Marcus Blankenship

Where other technical coaches focus on process or tools, I focus on the human aspects of your Programmer to Manager transition. I help you hire the right people, create the right culture, and setup the right process which achieves your goals. Managing your team isn't something you learned in college. In fact, my clients often tell me "I never prepared for this role, I always focused on doing the work". If you're ready to improve your leadership, process and team, find out how I can help you.

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