We're fond of saying, "Rejection is not about you". But is it really not about you or is it the other way around?
Rejection often gets us into problem-solving mode. But what if what's needed at that critical moment is a warm blanket than a heavy, steely hammer?
First times are effective emotion triggers. I reflect on those today and that one time when "Do you remember the first time we met?" played a big role in my life.
Confidence is one of those easier-said-than-done traits. They're like casual employees who are quick to be called and quicker to be fired. But if we are to live our best lives ever, how does one go about having this 'confidence'? Is it a one-time fix or a disposition we work on every single day?
Questions about success are a staple of UX interviews... and I always end up bungling them. What happens when the 'quantitative itch' goes way too far and you're tempted to downplay your experience because "it's not quantitative enough" (at least the 'results' part of it)?