Simple but profound quote by Kim Moir
code is easy to patch, communication is nothttps://devtomanager.com/interviews/kim-moir/
I am so surprised that I haven’t heard this phrase till now. I guess I did, but didn’t pay attention :). Over heard this in a talk by a 6th grader on things he learnt from saints.
Respond and don’t react
For most of our interactions in this world, we are quick to react. But instead if we paused and responded to the situation, the world would be a better place.
Simple but powerful quote by Xun Kuang, known as Xunzi (a Chinese Confucian philosopher of the 3rd century BC)
Not having heard something is not as good as having heard it; having heard it is not as good as having seen it; having seen it is not as good as knowing it; knowing it is not as good as putting it into practice.
Inspiring quote by Aruna Miller
Success is when you add value to yourselves
Significance is when you add value to others
Loved this snippet by Patrick Bed-David on LinkedIn
If we have 4% of the market and are being profitable, that is better than having 90% of the market and being unprofitable.
The entire podcast for your listening pleasure is at https://www.npr.org/2019/01/04/682174446/remembering-herb-kelleher
Herb passed away on Jan 3, 2019. RIP Herb.
Trying to sharpen my programming skills :). Just heard about BODMAS and mind blown about the simplicity of the acronym.
Essentially BODMAS is a simple way to remember the order a programming language (that follows this standard) processes operators in a statement.
Bracket, Of, Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction
This quote/statement by Tim Ferriss in one of his recent podcasts really got me thinking
Subconscious : Incompetency → Conscious : Incompetency → Conscious : Competency → Subconscious : Competency
So simple… but so deep 🙂
I don’t even recall where I heard this :).. but it stuck with me for me to write it down
For somebody to do something.. three things much happen at once. The person must want do do it, they must be able to and they must be prompted to do it.
A trigger – the prompt for the action – is effective only when the person is highly motivated, or the task is very easy. If the task is hard, people end up frustrated; if they’re not motivated, they get annoyed.