My Zen Guide for Fellow Busy Introverts


Zen, a slang for feeling peaceful and relaxed, a tricky word to add into your vocabulary. Depending on who you surround yourself with, it can either trigger a lengthy discussion on meditation and mental health or simply raise eyebrows. If you've just started getting into activities that will help you achieve zen, you'd probably see … Continue reading My Zen Guide for Fellow Busy Introverts

Hats off to my 30th year in this planet. It was good in unexpected ways.


On November 24, 2020, I turned 31. Next year, my age will no longer be found in the calendar. That's a big deal for most people I know. But I am not most people I know. Sheets of paper often defiled by my father for all sorts of reasons have no influence over how I … Continue reading Hats off to my 30th year in this planet. It was good in unexpected ways.

Changes I Have Made as an INFJ That Benefited Me Most


As an INFJ, what change have you made that has benefited you most? It was early morning and this was literally the first thing I read. Serves me right having this habit of checking out notifications on my phone, as soon as I open my eyes. Questions early in the morning are not uncommon though. … Continue reading Changes I Have Made as an INFJ That Benefited Me Most

Surviving Interviews with Candidates Several Years Your Senior


Depending on your role and circumstances in your organisation, you might find yourself in that tricky situation of having to interview people for more senior positions. You might find this intimidating or just plain awkward. But you would, of course, like to be effective and be able to get the right talent. What I found … Continue reading Surviving Interviews with Candidates Several Years Your Senior

That One Thing Every Software Engineer Wanted Their Customers to Know


Okay, to claim that this is the most significant¬†thing that a software engineer wants his client to know would be a little presumptuous. But what I am about to say is something that most software engineers can relate to. "What's that one thing you wish your customers¬†know?" is a question that's been asked many many … Continue reading That One Thing Every Software Engineer Wanted Their Customers to Know

In Retrospect: My First Year in a Tech Startup


No, I'm not one of those startup founders trying to convince the world and myself that I made an excellent decision. Maybe not yet. I am one of those consultants working for one. Last November 25, 2014 I celebrated my first year in the startup I joined after I thought that maybe the corporate world … Continue reading In Retrospect: My First Year in a Tech Startup

Article: Wall Scrabble by Restoration Hardware


Wall Scrabble by Restoration Hardware http://hiconsumption.com/2014/11/wall-scrabble-by-restoration-hardware/ I suck at "competitive" scrabble. By that I mean I simply put on the board whatever word I can make with my tiles; if it fits then that would be it for me. Years ago I met this guy who plays scrabble like it's a chess game. He knows … Continue reading Article: Wall Scrabble by Restoration Hardware