There are 3 behaviors that you should have in order to succeed in the tech industry. The first behavior is that you should be patient and keep learning. The second one is that you should be willing to listen to the feedback from your colleagues and your senior. The third one is that you should learn from your mistakes.
I'm going to introduce some team collaboration tools that I'm using for study and work projects in this post.
Due to the power of the Internet, people can exchange their knowledge to each other around the world just in a second. However, I see that many students, especially in Vietnam, lack this skillset because they may not know there are many free sources on the Internet which allow them to discuss with other people about what they want to know. That's why they need to pay money for going to tutorials every single week. Honestly, I didn't know there are many free mind-sharing sources on the Internet when I was studying in Vietnam. Therefore, I'm going to share some free mind-sharing sources I'm using for study and work in this post.
I watched a few interview videos of Robert Kiyosaki, the author of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad', and hence I learned a few things from these videos. Therefore, I'm going to share with you in this post.
I have been working as a programmer for a half year. Although a half year of working is nothing, I learned a lot during this period. Therefore, I'm going to share with you some habits that I learned from being a programmer in this post.
When I was in Vietnam, I heard of people around me as well as agents about the benefits of studying abroad many times. However, no one told me drawbacks of studying overseas and how to deal with those until I experienced it realistically. Therefore, not only did I share the real benefits of studying abroad in the previous post, but I'm also going to share the real drawbacks of one in this post.
I realize that most of the posts on Google about benefits to studying overseas give readers a lot of general information instead of the specific one. Moreover, I received a question about why I decided to study overseas many times from my friends. Therefore, I will share that information in this post, based on my experience over a year.
An entrepreneur is a person who puts his/her effort in solving problems in order to make human life better. Importantly, s/he has to always believe in himself/herself even no one believes in him/her. This is because no one believes in the miracle until it happens...
To be a business owner, we don't need to have expertise in many things but we need to be an expert in connecting people. Another things I learned is that we shouldn't judge a person by his/her community.
Happiness doesn't come from what we get done and repeat it regularly, but it comes from what makes us feel excited. I learned that my true sense of happiness comes from what I can do for helping others, it doesn't come from what I can do to get. Another lesson is that we connect to each other by the way we tell a story, not by the number or every technical knowledge we learn from school