Richie is an Entrepreneur, a Technologist and Cloud Architect. Loves how technologies brings the promise of an easier life, but enjoys the challenge to make it work. Work achievements, play, & fatherhood are the things that drive Richie.
Committing to something that doesn’t suit you always ends with some amount of regret, even if you grow to be decent at it. Ultimately we must accept that not everything is made for us, no matter how hard we try.
Did you know that a model already exists to help us understand cultural differences? Cultural norms play a large part in interpersonal relationships at work. When you grow up in a certain culture, you take the behavioral norms ⋯
Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner's Seven Dimensions of Culture model helps you work better with people from different cultures. The unwritten rules of how we do these things differ from one human group to another.
Moving up the ranks as an engineer is something that many accomplish. From the time I was nine years old, I wanted to be at the top of the technical ladder. My father gave me my first few lessons on how to be a pro; he ignited ⋯
The truth is, most people don’t have the patience for this process. They would rather complain their way through each day, rather than working relentlessly to get done what they need to get done in order to change their life ⋯
For me, I spent my day doing stupid stuff I couldn’t stand. I was always chasing my tail and getting dragged into dumb meetings about nothing. When I wanted to get my life back I came up with a 3-step plan...