Showing posts from June, 2021

Entrepreneurship Studies: Shrink to grow?

Shrink to Grow Growth is never linear. In order to grow, sometimes you need to shrink. Shedding deadweight may feel like a step back, but it is a necessity for long-term growth. This principle applies to your career, startup, or life. One step back for two steps forward. — Sahil Bloom (@SahilBloom) June 20, 2021

Vocational Studies: Simple and Effective ways to learn Javascript

A Simple and Effective way to Learn & Practice JavaScript... A Thread... — AnkurπŸ’»πŸŽ§πŸ’ͺ (@TheAnkurTyagi) June 20, 2021

Leadership Studies: 20 lessons from 100 successful investors,founders and executives.

0/ [THREAD] Over the last 4 years, I’ve interviewed 100+ of the most successful Investors, Founders and Executives in the world. Here are the 20 "must have" lessons that most stuck out to me. Lessons on life, career advice, entrepreneurship and startups πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ — Romeen Sheth (@RomeenSheth) June 19, 2021

Vocational Studies: How to become a machine learning engineer

To become a Machine Learning Engineer: • Python • numpy, pandas, matplotlib • TensorFlow or PyTorch • Jupyter, Colab • Analysis > Code • 99%: Foundational algorithms • 1%: Other algorithms • Solve problems ← This is key • Teaching = 2 × Learning • Have fun! — Santiago (@svpino) June 16, 2021

Leadership Studies: Are You Encouraging Playful Learning?

Play is the work of kids. It’s not just running around and yelling. Play helps kids solve problems, negotiate with others, and develop self-regulation skills. When recess is reduced or omitted, you are taking away the learning of significant and necessary skills. — Fixing Education (@FixingEducation) June 14, 2021

Leadership Studies: How to reduce Stress to reduce stress: 1. Do not respond to negativity 2. Exercise daily 3. Read and write more 4. Get more sleep 5. Be honest 6. Forgive first 7. Eat healthier 8. Be a good friend 9. Do not overcommit 10. Show gratitude 11. Start sooner 12. Learn from mistakes — Fixing Education (@FixingEducation) June 13, 2021

Leadership Studies: Are You Persistently Discouraged?

If you’re persistently discouraged, you’re thinking about things you can’t do in the present. Reflection for discouraged leaders: Evaluate plans by their actionability. If you can’t take action, set it aside. #leadership #management #LFreakquote — Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) June 9, 2021