Yearly Round-up: 2022

I have picked a new habit of writing yearly round-ups as a journal( roundup-2021 ). Helps me to reflect on the year and how things have been. What kind of evolution has happened for me as a self, did I make an impact, and was I able to keep what I promised in my round-ups.

I did like to state like always I am Thankful to each and every individual around me alongside my family who supports me for what I am today!

One of the things that I have mentioned in my posts is that we should be spending as much time with friends and family as we can. It is about adjusting schedules and being accommodative. I am very happy that I have been able to spend a very good time this year with friends and family. Within your own timezone and location, they are your support system and we should always make sure that we are there for each other!

Fitness is another thing that one needs to keep in mind and that is very important for all of us to remain healthy, happy and fit! Although I ran less and walked more with my wife 🙂

It has been a year back into my old stable Cimpress working for Vista. It brought me back to travel, connects that I had had for a decade, and runs with the global crew. I love solving problems in diverse groups. It just works well for me, makes me more successful, and learn a lot! It was a year where I learned to execute and drive outcomes using leadership without authority and structured myself with aggressive write-first principles in a very distributed work environment.

Outside work, I was happy to contribute more to systems thinking through my blogs, work with kids regularly in our History Club & as well won some awards as well as a Hackathon !!

Another year 2023?

We surely will turn a dial on the year but how it will pan out will be squarely on us as individuals and teams personally or professionally.

  • Never forget to be thankful
  • Friends and family are important to bring social balance to your life
  • Respect what you have, and the people around you
  • Many small steps can bring great impact and therefore it is important that you find the right leverage points
  • Keep trying different things

I wish everyone reading this post a good year ahead! Stay safe & fit!

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Over 20 years of experience developing software to support multi-million dollar revenue scale and leading global engineering teams. Hands-on leadership in building and mentoring software engineering teams. I love History as a subject and also run regularly long distances to keep myself functional.


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