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2-1-1: On Self-Improvement , Job , Purpose of life & Your role model

Welcome to another edition of the 2-1-1 developer growth itinerary.
In this edition , I will talk about Lessons, Job Search, Wait, Calories & much more!
Let’s get started :)
You can ask any question whatever you have in your mind, I will try my level best to mentor you.

Top 8 Self-Improvement Tips To Grow as a Software Engineer (Developer).
Many developers will neglect to do what will make us the best possible version of ourselves.
Make the most of yourself…for that is all there is of you…
Motivation is what gets you started…Habit is what keeps you going.
1. Be Thankful For What You Have.
2. Be Kind To Yourself.
3. Stop Comparing Yourself To Others.
4. Do A Screen Detox.
5. Learn To Say No.
6. Top 5 Things List.
7. Make A Plan.
8. Find People You Admire.
Read more in the detailed post here: Lesson Learned 
How to land your first job as a web developer.
Whether you’re self-taught, a Bootcamp grad, or have a college degree, when you’re a fresh-faced web developer, landing that first job can be tricky.
  1. Getting started into programming can be very scary, and there are a lot of misconceptions out there that make people think that programming is a skill they could never learn, or that landing a job as a web developer is almost mission impossible.
  2. The software development industry, web development, in particular, is full of amazing stories of people with no tech background who switched to development and changed their life for great.
  3. It’s a great skill to have, it will teach you to think differently, it will open the doors to a lot of job opportunities even in these times where the job market is so hurt by the economic decline, and it will also give you an amazing talent to build your own projects & companies.
  4. A web developer is someone who utilizes a programming language to build web pages and applications.
Read more here: Land your first job
How to land your first job as a web developer.

A Thread...
The purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.
The ultimate purpose of human existence, which is to say, your purpose, is to bring that power into this world.
Awaken the beauty of your heart – the beauty of your spirit.
There are infinite possibilities.
I am 34 right now and

- failed multiple times.
- failed to grow my startup.
- still figuring out my life purpose.
- failed in 200+ interviews.

But I never stop ✋

My fellow young developers
Just relax, take a deep breathe.

Just like I am figuring out life at 34 you'll too🙌
Who is your role model in the world of tech?
You can answer by simply reply to this email with your choice.
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Until next Friday,
Stay awesome,
- Ankur Tyagi
Your Mentor, Coach.
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