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Private Mentoring Sessions
I am thrilled to announce the private 1-1 mentoring sessions. This is something I have been preparing for some months so I couldn't be more excited.
Our team is our actual boss
Our peers and subordinates are the very first who will raise a flag if they spot collaboration and communication flaws with us. No one wants to deal with inefficient or "difficult to work with" colleagues
Rational negotiators are doomed to fail
At some point in our adult life we started believing that if we bring a ton of rational arguments to the table then the other side will sympathize with us. The "rational arguments" strategy couldn't be more wrong
Help the ones who want to be helped
Living with no personal cause or high aspirations is a path some people choose to follow and this is perfectly fine if they are ok with it. So why do we feel as if we need to fix them?
Your worst customers are your best teachers
No-one wants a bad customer but the reality is there are tons of them out there and that's a fact. The thing is how we can benefit from such toxic relationships, what can we learn from them and how can we use them to achieve our own goals eventually
Run the experiment
Experiments help us try new things, master new skills, shape ourselves and grow eventually
Transparency is the holy grail of humans relationships nowadays and demands great effort from both sides to be accomplished
The Agile police
Sometimes we ignore that Agile is a mindset and a culture and not the 10 Commandments of Moses
Don't let coaching turn into babysitting
Managers should give the appropriate room for people to grow, so they can learn from their own mistakes in an empirical way
Startups thrive so does depression rates
Tech world runs with the speed of light at the moment, on the flip side depression rates are skyrocketing
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