Aha of today

Today’s aha

Today’s aha: Is it just me, or “not invented here syndrome” is an agile antipattern?

Today’s aha

Today’s aha: we don’t have to be afraid of real tigers anymore, but virtual tigers are all over the place. Check before my interactions if I’m the virtual tiger (e.g. am I coming from a position of power, am I bringing a dominant attitude).

Tuesday’s aha

Aha of the day: mindmapping works very well when I need to get up to speed with a new system/project. Mindmup seems good enough for my digital use. #mindmapping


Today’s aha: when I feel overwhelmed and confused I become irritable


Aha of today: Doing the normalization of deviance exercise from chapter 4 of “Agile Conversations” was fun and surfaced some non-obvious fears. #agileconversations

Aha of the day

Aha of the day: I thought that my goals were to challenge and contribute to his growth. But I reflected more and I discovered that what I really wanted was to support him in any way HE needed.


Today’s aha: back to back meetings feel horrible. I need closure in order to move on…


Today’s aha is from Born to run: “if it feels like work, you’re working too hard”. Can you see it applying outside running also?


Aha moment of today: It took me about two hours to set myself free from LinkedIn. Bye, bye distracting LinkedIn!


Aha of the day: it’s the second time that I catch myself opening LinkedIn with a clearly defined purpose, scrolling through notifications and “newsfeed”, closing LinkedIn, and getting back to my task realizing that I didn’t do the LinkedIn task that I wanted to do. I’m considering options of getting rid of LinkedIn. If you […]