• Doing a lot of things at once

    I always feel I should do a lot of stuff but I don’t have enough time. It seems I can’t focus on something and always get excited by other “more exciting” projects. Lately, I’ve been pushing myself to focus. It’s still hard as I always get some new ideas I want to work on. But […]

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  • Why CEOs wake up at 5AM

    Seriously. If you ever see a title like this one. Skip the post. Or better, report it. There is nothing special in waking up at 5AM. It will not make you a CEO either. The two aren’t related in any way. Correlation doesn’t mean causation. They aren’t CEOs because they wake up early. They are […]

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  • Writing daily for a month

    Today, I’m celebrating a milestone I never achieved before. I’ve been writing daily for a month. Even if I share small bits of what I think of, do, or plan to do. It takes a lot of work to show up every day and write something. To be completely transparent, the first days were hard. […]

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  • How to create a public portfolio when what you do is private or proprietary?

    Not all people work on something public. A lot of what we do is proprietary and couldn’t be shared with the world. So what can you do about it? What if you want to add your work to your portfolio? Here’s a little story about my experience: In my first internship in software development, I […]

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  • Imaginary problems

    I started writing every day for nearly a month now, and I did it for a reason. I wanted to get used to the idea of writing things down. They are either things I worked on during the day, a book I’m reading, or something I’m thinking about a lot lately. I decided I’ll be […]

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  • My problem with book summaries

    There is a problem I have with book summaries, and I’m trying to see if I’m the only one. When I don’t have time to read a book, I search for a summary. But the problem with summaries is they are too short. I can feel a lot of information is lost when reading it. […]

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  • Transforming blog visitors to subscribers

    I’ve reached the next step in my online marketing learning journey. If you haven’t been following it, here’s a recap: I spent time learning about my audience and ended up with 3 categories. I learned more about Mailchimp. I learned about groups, tags, and segments. Now the next step is growing the audience. A lot […]

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  • Taking digital notes from physical books

    It’s 2020, and I still prefer physical books. Kindle is good and everything, but the feeling of holding a physical book still gets me. For my notes, it’s the inverse. I like digital notes. This way, I can easily search for ideas and get results from multiple books at once. The challenge is to get […]

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  • Is all stress bad?

    Stress is a powerful word. Just by reading it, you can feel weird pinches in your stomach. Especially if you had some bad experiences with it before. But, is all stress bad? What about the stress that pushes you to do something, or be a better person? It can not be a bad one right? […]

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  • A small thing every day

    I believe if you want to get good at something, you need to do it every day. Even if it’s a small thing. Small steps are still better than nothing. This is exactly what I’m trying to do with these daily posts. Like the one you’re reading right now. I’m trying to be better at […]

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