Reflections on customer success, programming, and writing

Winners Finish Drives: Three Closing Strategies When Deploying Solutions

August 24, 2018 · 5 min read
In my experience, successfully navigating the closure of a project is equal parts confidence and empathy. You have to be strong enough to let go, but also respect the psyche of the customer. Additionally, you cannot be too eager to wash your hands and disengage preemptively. Winners want the ball, don’t settle for a field goal.

From Dojo to Academia: How Teaching Martial Arts Made me a Better Professor

May 26, 2016 · 8 min read
My philosophy on teaching has been shaped by a wealth of experience that has mostly been in the dojo. I believe teaching in any context will help you grow as an educator, but I believe specifically martial arts instruction develops qualities that the best educators have. After much reflection I’d like to share four professional qualities I owe to teaching martial arts that separate me from my colleagues in academia.
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