on giving back
Last year I set some personal goals to be a better mentor to the makers that have helped me along my journey into my professional role today.
I’ve had developers spend their Friday evenings in lieu of long holidays helping me solve head-bashing brain-fogging issues 🐛on slackin communities to publishing hours worth of free content to learn in return for nothing – but a friendly tweet to my followers. It’s the only probable explanation to why my twitter feed is filled with experiences, products, and content I promote. It goes without saying, while there is an abundance of information on how to start startups, build and market products or learn to code – this is a reflection of the ethos and values the startup community symbolizes. They teach to learn and learn to teach.
Having spent the past two and half years on facilitating work at Cleopatra Realty on the construction of a multi-story...
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