The Looking Glass: Cringe stories

Hello dear readers,

I hope you are well, and healthy, and that the sound of spring rains give you pleasure. Over the past few months on my tweet thread journey, I meandered through embarrassing personal stories, company lore, and a metaphor or two.

What should be next in my topic queue? Write me your suggestions.

The Right Feature > More Features

How to win in product development with fewer resources.

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Julie Zhuo @joulee

April 8th 2021

133 Retweets717 Likes

Getting Through the Cringe of Asking for Favors

How asking more often leads to greater generosity all around.

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Julie Zhuo @joulee

April 15th 2021

32 Retweets279 Likes

Pick a Company like You’d Pick a Friend

No company is without flaws. A guide for picking the next one you’d want to join.

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Julie Zhuo @joulee

April 22nd 2021

122 Retweets527 Likes

That Time I Got Feedback That Stung

How I rationalized away a perfectly good feedback lesson.

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Julie Zhuo @joulee

April 28th 2021

57 Retweets545 Likes

Warmly,

Julie

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Currently: Inspirit. Former Product Design VP @ FB. Author of The Making of a Manager https://amzn.to/2PRwCyW. Find me @joulee. I love people, words, and food.

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Julie Zhuo

Julie Zhuo

Currently: Inspirit. Former Product Design VP @ FB. Author of The Making of a Manager https://amzn.to/2PRwCyW. Find me @joulee. I love people, words, and food.

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