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I’ve been lucky enough to have support from friends, and therapy was also invaluable, but what ultimately helped me through the tougher times was resilience.
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Attitude is one of the most important criteria if you are thinking about hiring someone. Sure, skills are important, but hiring the right skills with the wrong attitude will result in a lot of
When I was a kid working at Burger King, the minimum wage was $2.75 an hour. I didn't last long at that job. I got fired for calling in sick to go see the rock band Boston play at Madison Square
Don’t seek feedback to get praise. If you’re looking for praise, show your work to your mum. Feedback is about listening, digesting, and evolving. We should be eager to evolve— it keeps us nimble,...
The ScrumMaster is the most controversial position in agile. Is a ScrumMaster a natural leader within the team or is the role a profession in itself?
"It's all about rationalization." From the fantastic RSA Animate series comes an illustrated distillation of behavioral economist Dan Ari
As the world mourns the loss of Nelsen Mandela and commemorates his greatness as a leader, we would do well to remember that one of the many hallmarks of his leadership was trust. The greatest leaders in the world gravitated toward Mr.
Creativity, Innovation, Team Building, Leadership, Brainstorming, Idea Champions
A failure is a setback that has left scars. When it doesn't scar you, setbacks are learning experiences, but there's no doubt that suffering a setback is difficult. It only turns into an opportunity
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Kid President is the coolest guy. And he dances! :)
We all deal with anxiety in some form or another, whether it's when you're pulled over by the cops or about to give a speech in front of a crowd. But for some, anxiety is a much stronger, more fearsome force--one that never goes away.
Last week I wrote a post called 8 Things I Wish I Knew Then That I Know Now. Here are 7 more... 1. Today is What’s Important. It's so easy to live stuck in the past or perpetually in the future. Pa...
Of all the leadership skills, silence is certainly a key skill.
Dear Lifehacker,I have a coworker who, for lack of a better word, is really stupid. He asks me how to do the same thing several times per day, regularly makes inane comments, and screws up projects for the whole team.
In the end, just be respectful and don't start by assuming the worse (that they are indeed dumb or stupid).
We all have our stupid moments and lots of reasons for having them.
Hi All :) I just got this challenge today, from a colleague of mine, to convert my post 5 dysfunctions of a team into something positive we could show people without scare them. So rather tha...
"The truth is, rarely can a response make something better -- what makes something better is connection." In 2010, shame and empathy rese
Before today, imitation was the greatest form of flattery. If your idea was good enough to be copied, then you were golden. But now, with the state of the web in our lives, this balance is shifting.
Before you learn to code, think about what you want to code Knowing how to code is mostly about building things, and the path is a lot…
"But sometimes they will be full of shit, or re-enacting an ancient and meaningless dispute where it would be best to just follow a style guide and forget about it."
A LinkedIn reader sent me this, I interviewed for a job with a company on my bucket list. I was one of two finalists. I nailed the final interview... or so I thought. I got the email today from the
Meritocracy and entrepreneurialism reinforce a closed system of privilege.
This new entrepreneurial age is creating new opportunities and new challenges as our traditional models of education and business are struggling to keep up with the lightning-fast changes that occur in our new highly-connected worldwide economy.
Harvard's Ronald Heifetz urges heads-of-state to think less like surgeons, more like psychiatrists.
A different perspective on leadership. Worth considering!
The first keynote given on this year´s Agile Testing Days was "Agile Testing is nonsense, because Agile is Testing" by Andrea Tomasini the founder of agile42
I’m coming up on 32 years old and have certainly made my fair share of mistakes in life. And while I’m not a big believer in regrets (I have learned tremendously from every single mistake) there ar...