What’s next? The next one thing / project / goal. Not the next 100. We should care more about less stuff. Can you prioritize? What is your method?
You should expect nothing from other people. Well, I would double that! I have zero expectations about myself too.
One of the big questions while building a business is to understand who is your customer. Not the one you would like to be, but the real people signing up to try your service and people that will keep paying later on.
Please don’t get me wrong. I’m a trunk based development + feature toggle type of person. But that alone does not say a thing about how one can manage products and uncertainty.
The year is 1990, I’m eleven years old. First english test at the new school, and Daniel goes like… OH WAIT. What? Four out of ten? Oh my! I’m a bad english student. My life is over. 😦
When it comes to help people and projects, please don’t count the score. You are giving your time because you can help people that will be able to help people later on. You give your time to projects because they mean something to you and your community.
In places where people practice openness, I find people willing to listen and to provide more questions to what’s being said, instead of getting on defense mode.
So I was looking for pictures related to consistency and a quote came by: If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent you will keep it. No idea who wrote this. 😀
I’m fully focused on my practice process. I consider every single move as one shot from my basketball training. I take one throw at a time… sometimes they look the same, but they are unique.
I was thinking about me during my nineteen years old time, where I was totally focused on not being two things: Writer Lecturer I just wanted to write code. Fast forward some years and I write to software development magazines and later on became a lecturer on undergrad courses and started a blog. Not quiteContinue a ler “Writing to improve thinking”