Perspectives

The 'Perspectives' Substack melds insightful reflections and advice across tech, leadership, and parenthood, focusing on growth, effective communication, and balancing professional and personal life. It leverages personal anecdotes, data-driven insights, and strategic approaches to navigating challenges in career development, happiness, and relationship management.

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Top posts of the year

And their main takeaways
11 implied HN points 28 Dec 23
  1. Reflecting on a year's events can help us appreciate the highs and lows that shape our lives.
  2. Writing a year in review with family can be a meaningful activity to capture important moments.
  3. Looking back at the past year can provide valuable insights and help us reconnect with our memories and relationships.
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10 implied HN points 16 Feb 24
  1. Focus on connecting with others rather than just being right. Convince through building relationships.
  2. Utilize affinity bias by finding common ground with others to create connections. Small shared interests can make a big difference in building bridges.
  3. Seek common ground and focus on mutual success to overcome conflicts and enhance relationships. Emphasize understanding the other party's incentives and goals.
6 implied HN points 29 Feb 24
  1. Networking is an investment that yields dividends - it's about connecting with like-minded individuals, not just transactional relationships.
  2. Building a network requires effort, but starting with small habits, finding like-minded communities, and being helpful can make it easier and enjoyable.
  3. Practicing thought leadership, embracing public speaking, and building communities are effective ways to grow your network and create a self-sustaining networking flywheel.
5 implied HN points 22 Feb 24
  1. Being willing to change your mind is essential for growth and progress.
  2. Owning up to changing your mind shows honesty and intelligence, even if it means contradicting yourself.
  3. Celebrate the evolution of others and embrace learning and growth.
3 implied HN points 09 Feb 24
  1. Illustrates the importance of utilizing AI in data analytics wisely to avoid potential risks and maximize benefits
  2. Provides practical tips on how to apply AI in data work, such as using tools for natural language processing, coding assistance, and documentation
  3. Highlights the gap between current AI capabilities and the ideal automation of analytics, emphasizing the role of asking the right questions in data work