Fail Faster has emerged as a mantra for success. It is not an endorsement of reckless decision-making. The method encourages IT professionals to iterate quickly, experiment with new ideas, and learn from failures.
In the spirit of constant learning, I’m thrilled to share an exciting adventure—three days immersed in witnessing an amazing leadership duo in action. This experience was a sparkling rain of insights, unearthing gems that now illuminate my work in coaching clients and guiding tech leadership. It was a crazy weekend! Picture this: constant technical difficulties,
Why are you going to India? almost everyone asked me when I announced it. I guess they were waiting for juicy details about divorce or midlife crisis. I was surprised. I thought people knew me, my passion to explore and do what I cannot do. And no, we are not divorcing. I am not so
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In the tech world, where critical thinking and problem-solving are second nature, many professionals are familiar with the Socratic method. Since I introduce people to coaching, I hear often an assumption that coaching is essentially the Socratic questions. This article seeks to unravel the similarities between the Socratic method and coaching, shedding light on the nuanced differences that can significantly impact personal and professional development within the tech community.
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