I am late to the party. My daughters will turn 4 and 2 years old in a few weeks — and I[…]Read more
“Fearing change limits your ability to enjoy life (or be happy) in this ever changing life.” I wrote this in[…]Read more
The dream job. In three months I went from not knowing what I wanted to do professionally to finding it, having[…]Read more
Useless is an understatement It’s around11:30 pm and I’m working late on a Sunday evening, my wife is already dreaming[…]Read more
I recently started looking for a job and having a diverse professional background left me with many possibilities. I could search for an engineering position, a management consultant, a partnership manager, a marketing manager, an operations manager, business development manager, etc. It was a bit overwhelming.
I couldn’t figure out what I wanted to do – I thought I would be happy with any position, but I realized that I would be the happiest with a position where my strengths are utilized and can achieve results for a company.
If you’re like me, you assume you already know what your strengths are. You know what you’ve accomplished, why you accomplished it, and what skills you used to accomplish it. However, I was a bit surprised about what I found out after I took an assessment on my strengths.Read more
I’m writing this post for the executives, board members, diversity and inclusion managers and recruiters at Silicon Valley companies (and Corporate America), but this is also a post for the Latino professionals who are members of LAM, a Latino professional community, and beyond.Read more
In January 2014 I was at 244 lbs, 40″ waist, and with a fatty liver (so my blood labs told[…]Read more
The world is a book, and those that do not travel read only a page — St. Agustin It’s been a little[…]Read more
As the trip is coming to an end, I’ve started to become pensive and analyze what all this meant. What[…]Read more