Fear. Anxiety. Frustration. Other people’s opinions. These thoughts got the best of me today and affected my thinking during the code-along-interview with Aaron of Mindvalley.
It revealed that I need fix my these bugs. But don’t get me wrong, I am still thankful on the way how the interview worked out.
Realizing my problems at the earliest possible time is the best thing that can happen to me.
It’s hard to chew my failures but there is no other way around it.
I failed miserably to communicate my ideas. I forgot “if” statement when I needed to say it the most. I was hesitant. I could have done better to communicate my ideas. But ultimately I sucked.
The beauty of life is I can start all over again. What happened is a sign that I need to become better at handling pressure. Explaining coding stuff is easy until what I have learned never came out because of limiting beliefs. I must deconstruct that part of my mind and eliminate all the waste. Aaron told me to try Ruby as well and give my feedback about it. That itself is a great opportunity and I actually started to read some materials around it after the interview.
I know that my goal is to impact a million people at the very least before I leave this world and the way to do it is to evolve in the most superior version of me.
Even if I don’t get enlisted with the entry-level developer program of Mindvalley, my goal will remain the same. I will also continue to advocate for the mission of Mindvalley in advancing the world’s consciousness on living a healthier and happier life.
Update: As I have predicted, I was not admitted to the program. Despite this news, I will still continue to pursue coding and improve myself to be able to help more people in the future.