Luck

The world tells you how hard work and mindset makes you successful. But honestly, 80% of it is luck. Successful people don't like to admit it - but it's often true. Right place, right time, right people. Hard work is necessary for success but doesn't guarantee it. The difference is called luck. For every hard-working …

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Agile development principles in daily life

This is a blog post on how I apply agile development principles in daily life to achieve certain goals. If you are not familiar with Agile development principles, you can read this. However, the knowledge of Agile methodologies is not necessary to understand this blog post. The area we are particularly looking at is Scrum. …

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My responsibility on this planet as a person in tech

For the past few months, I’ve been doing a lot of self-discovery. The goal was to decide what I want from my life. Borrowing Rob Siltanen’s  words - I want to belong to the group of people who push the human race forward.  Think about it. The human race is being pushed forward by a …

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Stupid things I did while building my first startup

Avoiding stupidity is a powerful way to reach your success goals. You don’t always need to do great things. You can go a long way if you avoid stupid mistakes. In this blog post, I am talking about the stupid things I have done while building my first startup.  I joined Marketfox with the dream of building …

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Why I write: The Feynman Technique for learning

One of the reasons I started writing is to learn more. The Feynman technique was an inspiration for this. The Feynman Technique Richard Feynman was a theoretical Physicist. He won a Nobel prize for his contributions to quantum thermodynamics. In other words, he was a genius.  If you have a few minutes, listen to the …

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