Life is about cycles. Sometimes you will be up, sometimes you will be down. Even when you do things “right”, it doesn’t guarantee life won’t thru curve balls at you. Do you have ups and downs as well? How do you deal with them?
No matter how well or how long you have been doing something, there’ll be tough times. There’ll be times when you don’t feel like doing something. This is part of the process, the practice, the mastery. How do you deal with tough times?
I don’t believe in New Year’s Resolutions. They are good for the first days or weeks and lose their momentum. Find out how I didn’t make a New Year’s Resolution and continuously ran for 3 years! Do New Year’s resolutions work for you? Let us know in the comments below!
This month I’ve expanded my horizons beyond self-help topics. I have explored topics like leadership and behavioral economics. I went back to my roots and upgraded my knowledge on .NET Core with one of my favorite teachers/authors Shawn Wildermuth. Let’s begin! Leadership I stumbled on this article. The reality is that leadership has always been […]
I can’t believe I did this again. Whoa! If I can do it, so can you. I’m sharing my overall strategy on how I got to run my second half marathon distance! Don’t think you can do it, too? Think again.
Recently, I have been back in the interview process gauntlet. Over the years, I have learned quite a few interviewing techniques. But I learned that answering a basic and common question takes you a long way. Today, we’ll look at one of the most commonly and frequently asked questions: Tell me about yourself As a […]
Another month under our belt. Let’s celebrated it! This time around I bring you: two awesome people and a website. These picks are really special to me because they’ve changed how I see the world. Nate is an awesome software developer who I met in KCDC by chance. Dan is a great Pluralsight author and […]
My almost-10-year streak is over. My no-public speaking streak that is. The last time I gave an official presentation was sometime in 2008 when I was a teacher assistant for the second time. Inspired by many great speakers at KCDC, I decided to speak at my local .Net user group Trinug. I had the material […]