top of page

Jing talks about "ReadMe" in a Toasmasters meeting.


We used Storytell.ai to generate the following content as part of our Using Storytell to Build Storytell series. You can find all Storytell-written posts here. You can run any source content through Storytell to just by chatting with it and asking for a blog, executive summary, and more. Learn how.

TL;DR: Jing discusses the benefits of having a `ReadMe` which include understanding oneself better, collaborating with others more effectively, and attracting people with similar values.



What is a ReadMe?

"A default go-to place for people trying to use the repository and describe the structure of the repository" - Jing


In Software Development, README files contain information about other files in a directory or archive of computer software.


Jing discussed the importance of sharing contacts and how to effectively collaborate with others. It also suggests using a ReadMe instruction to be as explicit as possible and outlines the components of a motivation system that can be used to achieve a mission. It also emphasizes the importance of having a clear plan and outlines the steps that should be taken to achieve the desired goals


Writing a readme can help one gain a better understanding of themselves and make it easier for others to work with them

Jing discussed the importance of having a ReadMe and why it is beneficial for both software developers and humans. Having a ReadMe can be very useful for both software developers and humans. It can help us to gain a better understanding of ourselves and make ourselves more effective, as well as help others to work with us better.


Why do humans also need a ReadMe?

ReadMe can be used to effectively share information with colleagues and to track people who share the same goals and objectives. It is also important to have a clear mission and set of steps to achieve that mission in order to optimize day-to-day life.

  • Help you more about yourself. Having a ReadMe helps you understand yourself to reflect on who you are and what you want to be.

  • Help others work with you better and also explains how others could work with you.

  • Great marketing tool to attract people who will fit your value.


How to create a ReadMe?

Jing explained how to create a Read Me instruction system to share with colleagues in order to collaborate effectively and efficiently.


ReadME instructions can be used to effectively share information with colleagues and to track people who share the same goals and objectives. It is also important to have a clear mission and set of steps to achieve that mission in order to optimize day-to-day life.


Recommended structure:

  • Part 1: Describing what defines you. Ask yourself what's the ultimate thing that you want to achieve and what is your plan to achieve this vision.

  • Part 2: Handbook of yourself. This part of the ReadMe contains some practical tips to help other people work better with you.


Resources:



Storytell wrote this post using Story Tiles™


Story Tiles™ are the building blocks we used to generate the blog post above. Storytell.ai uses a machine learning algorithm called Mercury to break the source content into discrete concepts. Each concept is a Story Tile™ with its own unique URL and metadata, listed below. Learn more about Story Tiles™ here.

Here are the Story Tiles™ that Storytell used to create the post above:

  • Story Tile™ #8: Writing a ReadMe can help one gain a better understanding of themselves and make it easier for others to work with them.

  • Story Tile™ #9: The use of a ReadMe system to share contact information, provide instructions, and define motivation in order to achieve a desired goal

  • Story Tile™ #10: The concept of a ReadMe and provides tips on how to create one, while also introducing an idea of a date me where people can read about each other without having to answer the same questions over and over again


Haiku:

You can use Storytell to create a Haiku like these two from any source content just by chatting with it in our Crome Extension or Slackbot. Learn more.

ReadMe, a concept

Happy quotes, sought with care

ReadMe, insight gained.




89 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

We have a unique process to leverage user feedback to guide our product development. Our product & engineering team prioritizes user feedback and uses a structured process to incorporate it into our p

At Storytell, we run our hiring process a little differently than what you might be used to. We don't read resumes. We don't ask for cover letters. Here's what we do instead: Step 1: You've found a ro

bottom of page