Constraints are advantages in disguise. Limited resources force you to make do with what you've got. There's no room for waste. And that forces you to be creative.
We are just as proud of what our products don't do as we are as what they do.
A sentence should be enough to get the idea across.
Workaholics aren't heroes. They don't save the day, they just use it up. The real hero is already because she figured out a faster way to get things done.
Whenever there is a sticking point, ask, "are we staying true to the vision?".
You don't have a scaling problem yet.
A happy programmer is a productive programmer. That's why we optimize for happiness and you should too. Don't just pick tools and practices based on industry standards or performance metrics. Look at the intangibles: Is there passion, pride, and craftmanship here? Would you truly be happy working in this environment eight hours a day?