11 people all over the world and 11 different views. There're hundreds of miles between us but one thing we have in common - we're programmers. They've been asked one question: How will our profession change in next 20 years?
As some you already know I'm not a web developer since my college/uni years. It me years to realize that there's more I can do in this life for me to be better, have satisfaction, have a job I want to go to. This happened just before I turned 30.
"I can't do it", "It's not for me", "I don't know how to start", "I won't be able to keep pushing", "I don't know how to do it", "I just can't". How do you know? "I just know". Have you even tried?
Choices. We make them every day. One day you need to decide which girl you want to go to prom with and then your life choices hit you right in the face. You have to decide. Once and for all. Do you?
Many people I know have "let it be", "it has to be this way" or "it's too late" attitude to life. I have had similar thoughts flying around my head for years. What I thought was: some people are born to win life. And rest are like me. Or maybe you?
Thousand times I said to myself 'I'm gonna do it' and nothing ever happened. I mean, I haven't done anything at all. Does it sound similar?
And with every failure I made I started to feel even more terrible, demotivated, hopeless. I haven't had even a bit of motivation. Of course I heard 'you have to believe in yourself and you're gonna do it'. It doesn't work at all. Try to say something similar to a person with depression like "You just have to smile and you'll be okay".
Yup. You may know that.
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