Quick Questions Podcast or QQ, we call it, is one of the projects that came out of the 2020 PH lockdown and the 6-month break I took from work. Eunice, the significant human, and I would hop into a video call nearly every night and we’d start talking about our respective days which often lead to us sharing thoughts about almost anything under the sun. One day, while cleaning up my inbox–which means skimming through my emails from several mailing lists before I send them to the bin–I saw an article about podcasting using Zoom. This gave me the idea. With our knack for creating digital content from simple photographs and articles to videos and our wide range of interests, I thought we could let some people into our conversations and possibly share some neat insights. Fast forward to 2021, we have now just released Season 1 of Quick Questions.
A walking contradiction INFP that can’t focus on just one hobby. A chatterbox that has a penchant for history, technology, pop culture, and all things in between.
Digital engineering manager, product manager, tech consultant, adventurer, storyteller, awkward staring competition champion, patron of penniless commuters, and counsellor of all ages (seasons?).
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For most of us, frustration is a constant element of every work day. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t suck or we should just accept it. In this 2-part episode we talk about the most common sources of frustration in the office from messy meetings to time-wasters to inept colleagues … Continue reading What are common sources of frustrations in the office and how do we deal with them?
Plot twist, it seems to be everywhere from the television series we follow, to movies, to books, even well… in real life for some of us. But not every plot twist works. The effect can range from mind-blowing to downright insulting. In this episode our hosts explore some memorable plot … Continue reading What makes a good plot twist?
Learning doesn’t stop and even the most reluctant need to pick up new skills every once in a while. In this episode we explore some classic studying techniques that worked for our friends as students, and their variants that remain effective for learning and doing things in the workplace. Join … Continue reading What are the most effective study hacks for students and professionals?