GM, and welcome to my modest corner of the web. This is my weblog about me exploring and building the world and it's wide web. I am a professional software person and an amateur human. You can learn more about me at /about.
Here are the things that I have been documenting that I find interesting for my future self. I plan to be more active through my writing here:
There's no one way to be a boy, there's no one way to be a man, there's no one way to be a human. There are many ways, all the experiences are valid, and all our thoughts are valid, it's just that we can't talk about these things, so we end up feeling alone.
I'm all about trying different things, but sometimes it feels like I'm playing in a league that's changing faster than I can keep up. Looking for that sweet spot where passion meets chill vibes, without feeling like I’ve gotta win at everything. Just trying to navigate this wild, ambitious journey without losing my mind. So yeah, that's the gist.
Enterprise sales has never been a walk in the park, but it's becoming even more challenging. In the past, a broad approach might have worked, but today, things are different. Open rates are down, spam filters are stricter, and financial environments are more demanding. Sales reps face a dilemma—should they prioritize quantity or quality in their outreach?
I am learning to be increasingly less apologetic about being someone who asks a lot of questions, I honestly dont care anymore, I dont care if it makes you uncomfortable, I know who I am & I actually think of myself as not too bright but I am pleasently surprised to know that it's usually enough.
Building a team that thrives on quick execution, embracing failure as part of the learning process, and iterating at lightning speed is all it's about. Team structure takes a backseat to the core principles of growth culture and execution excellence.