We are all coaches, whether we realize it or not. And developing coaching habits solves the problem of over-dependency, overwhelm, and burnout.
Things won’t always go your way. Your ideas won’t always be chosen. Your solutions won’t always be accepted. You won’t always get that sale. But it’s not personal, so don’t take it that way.
While you sit in comfort, other people keep moving. The longer you wait, the further they move ahead of you. And getting left behind in the technology industry spells career death.
Our most important work requires long periods of concentration and focus. So how can we get the work done in an environment of constant distraction and interruption?
Here’s a short list of things you are simply not capable of doing.
If you asked yourself the question, what does an ideal day look like for me? How close would the answer be to the actual life you’re living right now?
What I’ve learned from the last few years of writing code and running an open source community project on GitHub.
A review of Remote: Office Not Required, a book about the future of remote work, flexibility, and productivity.
How should IT professionals look to grow their career in the coming year?