Helping People Do What They Do Better

For as long as I could remember, the idea that one can always do something better has consumed me. Things that people take for granted, I look for ways to improve it. This lead to one main focus in most of what I do and it can be summed up with one question: How can I do this better? Which usually translates when I’m in the world with other people into the following: How can I help you do what you do better?

What I do:

Professionally, I code. I’m a programmer, software developer, whatever you want to call it. I build apps with the aim of helping people do what they do better. At the moment, I’m helping drillers in the old industry.

But what I find is that the one thing that I do more than coding is learning. I learn new tools, programming languages, productivity techniques, software design principles, etc. The list is endless.

As such the one thing that I found that I had to figure out how to do better is to learn how to learn. Yes, it’s a thing, and it’s called meta-learning. As a result of my constant learning, when I run into people that are doing what I do, I can usually find a nugget or two that might help them to do what they’re doing a little bit better as well.

My reason for blogging:

So that’s the reason I’m here. I’m focused on documenting what I’m learning so that, hopefully, in one of these posts that I share, something will help you to do what you do just a little bit better.

Did you like this post?

I share what works on productivity and project execution.
Get notified when I add the next post: