The things every high-achiever should know
For the past eight or nine months, I’ve been spending my weekends in a local coffee shop learning the ins and outs of coding. Object oriented programming, functional programming, unit testing, various frameworks, database management and more. Self teaching is no easy task, but it provides flexibility and a sense of accomplishment that taking classes […]
As many of you know, one of the most popular blog posts I’ve written on this site discusses how I used gamification principles to help me get a job at Google. This blog post quickly spread to Hacker News, Business Insider, and gave me another opportunity to speak about gamification at GSummit! (Note: None […]
“A rejection is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of success.” -Bo Bennett Learning to handle rejection (and fail gracefully) is one of the most valuable skills for succeeding in almost every endeavor in life. Why? Because the only thing worse than a half-assed attempt at success is not even trying at […]
Hey everyone! As you may (or may not) know, I had a fantastic opportunity to speak about goals and gamification last year at GSummit 2012. It was a great experience, and they’ve even invited me to do a quick follow-up talk this year. As GSummit 2013 rapidly approaches, I was asked if I’d want to speak […]
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