Aha of today

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday Context switching from work to personal life can sometimes be quite difficult for me. I still don’t know how to do it well, when I work from home.

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday Someone recently called me a foreigner and I felt pain because I have a deep need for belonging. After that subsided, I came to ask myself. Do I want to belong in “their world”? What if they’re the foreigner in my world?

Aha of the week

#AhaOfTheWeek The more I expose myself to uncomfortable (but manageable) conversations and situations with people and I reflect on them, the more confident I become. I can’t think of any better strategy for achieving confidence, other than exposure.

Aha of yesterday

#AhaOfYesterday In an organization, when you have criticism towards something, it’s useful to say it out loud as long as you don’t mention names, but roles. Besides softening the blow, it points to a systemic issue, not an individual issue.

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday I sometimes reject the feeling of tiredness or of shame. And it creates tension in me. I wish so much to be able to welcome unpleasant feelings, be with them and see what they have to say to me.

Aha of yesterday

#AhaOfYesterday When implementing a new feature in a software product talk to the people that know the product first (most probably QA), not to the people that should know the product (product management).

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday The more I expose myself to uncomfortable (but manageable) conversations and situations with people, the more confident I become. I can’t think of any better way of achieving this, other than exposure. Thoughts?

Aha of the week

#AhaOfTheWeek Axienty’s train of thought runs on a lot of “what ifs…”

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday Sometimes, sitting in the sun, doing nothing is the best time to recharge during a break.

Aha of today

#AhaOfToday Some automatic behaviors are really hard to shake. It’s like moving the Colorado River from the Grand Canyon to another canal that isn’t more than 1 meter deep. You have to come back every day and redirect the river.