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2019 Goals Gone off the Rails? 3 Ways to get Back on Track

Mind the Product

getting a certification (be it scrum, agile, product, coaching … you name it). Are you moving towards a positive outcome, or away from a negative one? Research into Approach goals and Avoidance goals shows that if we frame our goals as a positive (Approach), we have a better chance of success and feeling positive about the experience.

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Women in Tech – Female CxOs Share their Challenges in Tech Startups – with Melissa Kwan, Alice de Courcy, Maja Voje, Laura Erdem & others

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So I talked to several female leaders in SaaS – about their experience with breaking into leadership positions in tech startups – what challenges they’ve faced, and how they managed to overcome them. Sima Banijamali : “I started in tech in 2009, and in 2010 I moved to Sweden from Iran and started studying.

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Here’s what our Business of Software Conference USA 2018 Speakers are Reading

Business of Software Conference

Mikey Trafton, Alamo Drafthouse, CTO. Of course the 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey has been taught to me by mentors and has been as staple throughout my career. Its a mainstream concept now, but the way he talked about cloud computing back in 2009 when cloud was still “a fad” really stuck with me.

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Leading A High-Growth Company | David Cancel, Drift | BoS USA 2018

Business of Software Conference

But you know in 2009 we started performing two thousand like 18 months later. And then I’ve really only started companies as a byproduct of I have an obsessive personality and I channel that in a positive area which is like I’m obsessed with learning and getting better. And Sam was, he became my first mentor right.

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“It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times” – Every CEO Ever | Tim Barker, DataSift | BoS Europe 2018

Business of Software Conference

And so when that plane landed on the Hudson River back in 2009, the news broke on our website called TweetMeme. Remember when social media was going to be all things about positive change for the world and people had big banners that said “thank you Facebook”? Information sharing is all positive. I do simple things right.