I'm in the most challenging phase of my life right now. The goal is to unlock my potential.. Not all may understand why I do what I do. But it's okay, the only thing that matters is that I'm aware of that inner voice, that drive to bring long lasting impact to the world, whatever…

I got in to this programming hook and it's really weird working on code for 10 to 14 hours. I hardly speak that much, frustrated when I can't figure out the problem for hours, debugging for more hours, practically insane. But why do I do it? I could try to seek an accounting job again…

Coding 10 to 16 hrs 7days a week. The process looks like this: Confusion. Falling asleep while watching lessons or coding. Anxiety. Questioning yourself. Becoming fearful of the future. Realizing that fear is inevitable. Finding strength in struggling. Becoming comfortable with code again. Debugging at a faster rate Lesser headaches, finally understanding the error messages…

I genuinely feel that the last five days was my most effective learning experience for coding. I was in sync. It took me a while to get to this state. This is what experts call flow state. I guess I got into this sync after I pushed myself to code from 7am to 9pm everyday.…

The ridiculous gift of “life”

Luck didn't just miraculously come from the heavens and ignite the angels to sing to me every night with lullabies thus, allowing me to enjoy these life changing experiences. I just decided that I will always frame my feelings, beliefs and decisions to abundance and positivity. One of the most controllable outcomes in life is…

What is your goal in life?

I ask this question everyday after my morning meditation. Every time I acquire new nuggets of knowledge that collapses my previously asserted assumptions, the answer to this question changes. This quote is running into my head: I focus on becoming better and better at coding and writing every day both will give me more freedom…