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We Are All in a Boat, But Not in the Same Boat

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What can we learn from the crisis , and how can we come stronger out of the corona crisis? "We are all in the same boat now." - Yes, that is partly true: We are in a boat, or on a ship. We...
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4 Things I Learned About The Software Engineering Culture

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Software engineering is one of the most confusing jobs anyone can do, here are 5 facts why sharing should be the norm When I started my first job as a software engineer I would have...
Office Culture

Take a Head Start Toward The Future of Work

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The dynamic of office culture has matured over the years. Learning from bullpen, cubicle, and open office layouts, today’s employees seek a flexible office environment. This values a healthy work-life balance within the office, ultimately...
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Walking the Creative Line

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It might seem like a strange image for some but when I think of creativity I tend to think of Philippe Petit as he mindfully walks his tightrope high above the New York skyline....
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How To Choose Your First Techstack

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So many frameworks, with so little time. Save yourself the trouble and choose! For all these years in the tech industry. I assure you that I have had my fair share of technology. A multitude...
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Get Yourself Together: A Story of Mind Mapping

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What if there was a way to get yourself together, to make sense to your business/personal life and move forward with serenity. The short answer is yes there is a way and it’s called...
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What’s the Word for Success?

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Words matter. The best idea in the world will go for naught for lack of description. Whether oral, written or conveyed in sublime body language, improved communication can enhance your business and -- ultimately...
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Why are we talking about pivots?

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Being adaptable is more important and long lasting for success. Here are eight steps to be a more adaptable person and organization. There are a lot of articles and talking heads using the word “pivot" as...
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The Difficult Job of Making Decisions

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How many important decisions did you make lately? Difficult, isn’t it? Most of us would likely underestimate this number; It mainly depends on what the term “important” evokes to you. Generally speaking, an important...
Creative Process

Do be do be do — A Creative Process

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“All the world of experience, including matter, is the material manifestation of transcendent forms of consciousness.”  - Amit Goswami You may or may not have heard of a man by the name of Amit Goswami — he’s...
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Five Habits You Should Stop to Be More Successful

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Success comes from hammering away at your craft until other people take notice. And then keep doing it at a high level until people appreciate what you have to offer. And then, unless you’re...
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How to Avoid Losing

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It’s your lucky day! You meet a kind stranger who offers you your choice of a great deal, something for nothing. No tricks, really: you’re getting a free lunch.  She gives you $45. Then, she...
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Depression Is One Companion I Can Do Without

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I am determined to shut the door when it comes knockin’. *Depression Hotline* *Crisis Text Line* I’ve been depressed most of my adult life, and I don’t know why. I take that statement back. There are clues...
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How to Build a Successful Goal

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We have many desires in life. To be successful, rich, well-liked, healthy, respected, desired, attractive, and many more. For some people, achieving these goals is either easy or has been achieved already through winning the...
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One of the most innate, yet rewarding idiosyncrasies of any primate is standing competitive. The perception of accomplishing the ample ahead of the rest is vital, like the two newly hatched bird chicks competing...