Everyone has doubts; it's a part of being human. If you want to achieve your dreams, however, you must learn to ignore them.
In most cases you should never settle for less. Always strive for the best outcome in all areas of your life and work.
Stop giving a shit about what people think of you. This is advice most people need to hear.
The extent of your self-belief determines the extent of your achievement. It's corny but true as fuck.
Contrary to popular belief, your age does not determine how wise you are. This flawed notion doesn't measure up to reality.
Science agrees. Our greatest limitations are usually our beliefs—talent is no exception. People are generally far more capable than they realise.
Although it isn't easy, anyone can learn how to code. It's merely a matter of pushing through. As a self-taught developer I attest to this and share my experience.
Focusing on honestly evaluating yourself and consistently pushing yourself to improve will enable you to live life to the fullest.
Every book listed here receives my highest recommendation. They've helped me immensely along my journey and are highly relevant for everyone.
A few years ago I built a portfolio for my work. I didn't like it and decided to rebuild it from scratch.
The line between confidence and arrogance is ambiguous. Doing anything bold inevitably leads to some people viewing you as arrogant.
In 2016 whilst solo-travelling across Canada I built Trausing—a platform for match-making tenants with home owners in cities with high competition.