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Real change rarely comes from the front of the line. It happens from the middle or even the back. Real change happens when feels like a risk. People follow because they want to, not because you can order them to. From Linchpin

QUOTATION: Uderstanding Human Nature

If you accept that human beings are difficult to change, and embrace (rather than curse) the uniqueness that everyone brings to the table, you’ll navigate the world with more bliss and effectiveness. And make better decisions, too. From Linchpin

QUOTATION: Positivity

You get paid to go to work and do something of value. But your job is also a platform for generosity, for expression, for art. From Linchpin

QUOTATION: Being Different

The only way to get what you’re worth is to stand out, to exert emotional labor, to be seen as indispensable, and to produce interactions that organizations and people care deeply about From Linchpin

QUOTATION: Creativity

I came to realize that when faced with a problem, most people look for one right solution because that’s the way they were brought up. All through school they had to answer multiple-choice and true-or-false questions, questions that had only one right answer. And so they assume that all questions an problems are like that … Continue reading

QUOTATION: Release Management

Proper version management, automated build and release management are just as important or even more important for success than program design Zero Investment SOA – Eric Jan Malotaux

Quotation: System Integration Points

Integration points are the number-one killer of systems. Every single one of those feeds presents a stability risk. Every socket, process, pipe or remote procedure call can and will hang. Even database calls can hang, in ways obvious and subtle. Every feed into the system can hang it, crash it or generate other impulses at … Continue reading