Part of learning to trust the process is having confidence in the path that you’ve chosen.
When you start out learning something, it can seem impossible. It can feel like you aren’t making any progress. It’s easy to forget that it’s almost impossible to not make some type of progress if you just keep going.
It’s only been a week now, and I’ve asked myself why I’m doing Daily December almost everyday. Why am I spending time writing? Shouldn’t I just be coding?
But then I remember to just trust the process and I’m able to fight off the resistance for a little bit longer.
Ever wondered how you can you spread your ideas through social media? Gary Vaynerchuk answers this question and many more in his book Jab, Jab, Jab Right Hook.
This is another edition to my one page book summaries that I’ve started recently.
This book is super tactical. The major platforms that this book talks about have changed. Yet the strategic ideas inside are timeless.
Here are ten times strategies from Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy Social World.
“Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t.” Is a management book by Jim C. Collins that describes how companies can go from being good companies to great companies.
Most companies fail during this segue but “Good to Great” helps you avoid these same failure.
I feel like this book could have been summed up in one page. So that’s what I’m going to try to do here. If you’re interested in more after reading this I would recommend going to the source.
Would it be crazy to say I’ve uncovered the algorithm for success?
It was late at night, everyone had gone to sleep long ago.
I was coding while trying my best to avoid burnout.
I was unsuccessful.
There’s no time for anything. At least that’s how it feels doesn’t it?
When you think about Oktoberfest what comes to mind? For me it’s drunken good times, pumpkin craft beers and girls in cloggers with pigtails. Don’t judge I’m just being honest.
Can Software Developers really learn anything from a festival?