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What I’ll do


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Oh the places you’ll go….


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“First, solve the problem. Then, write the code.” — John Johnson


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A) Never read or study new technology, you already know everything

“I don’t want to fill my head with stuff I won’t use”

“I don’t have the time to learn.”


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Your self-image is the result of all you have given your subconscious mind as a database, so regardless of your background, what you are willing to become is the only reality that counts.

— Paul J. Meyer, Author

  1. Start with Why are you learning this
  2. What is this?
  3. Where should I learn this?
  4. When should I use this?
  5. How can I teach this?


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TLDR;

  1. Forgiveness is important
  2. Gaslighting Can Be Devastating
  3. Time And Distance Are The Best Medicine
  4. Bad Habits Exists
  5. Be Kind To Others (And Yourself)


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Renato Francia

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