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Matt Munson

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Why we all fight with our partners (and what to do about it)

Find yourself in a difficult exchange with your romantic partner, co-founder, or friend? You aren’t alone.

Why we all fight with our partners (and what to do about it)
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Sanity Notes #033: One thing at a time

When making your way through anything difficult, focus on the next right step

Sanity Notes #033: One thing at a time
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Sanity Notes #032: When anxiety strikes, remember your birthright

How to reconnect with ease when stress or anxiety hit hard

Sanity Notes #032: When anxiety strikes, remember your birthright
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Stop giving feedback. Do this instead.

How to help your team improve without sacrificing connectedness

Stop giving feedback. Do this instead.
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Sanity Notes #031- The power of writing things down

Want to supercharge your clarity? Write it all down

Sanity Notes #031- The power of writing things down
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Sanity Notes #030- Assuming the best of our partners

The moment your co-founder, teammate, or romantic partner frustrates you the most may be the moment of greatest opportunity

Sanity Notes #030- Assuming the best of our partners
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Sanity Notes #029- Depression as data

Anxiety, depression, and anger come for us all. Consider looking at the experience as an indication of what is missing.

Sanity Notes #029- Depression as data
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Sanity Notes #028- Take a risk and turn off

This year-end, take a risk and really step away. Find out what happens when you give yourself the gift of recovery and perspective.

Sanity Notes #028- Take a risk and turn off
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Sanity Notes #027 - The power of 'we'

Next time you feel stuck wondering how you'll figuring out, try asking how 'we' will figure it out.

Sanity Notes #027 - The power of 'we'
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Sanity Notes #026: The power of speaking with customers

Want to get one thing right most founders get wrong? Spend more time with your customers.

Sanity Notes #026: The power of speaking with customers