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You’re in flow. Everything is working like clockwork. Good stuff starts to happen. And then…something happens. Breaking a streak is so common, everyone goes through it. Still, those habits can be very useful. How do you get back on track once you lose your streak?
“I was the guy who wrote short, easy to read articles.”
On this episode, software developer, author and team trainer Jim Gay shares how he broke a streak and how he got back on track.
- Clean Ruby
- Jim's blog
- Ruby DSL Handbook
- What if we organized code by features?
- The Paradox of Choice
- James Clear - Never miss twice
What to read: Handling the surprises of independence