Impact Code

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My Takeaways

  • If you are in the room, be in the room (focus)
  • Keep pushing your comfort zone
  • Don’t be scared of failure
  • Use each second, minute , hour and day wisely as we never get tomorrow back.
  • Think of time in your life as a bank account, at the end of each day 86,400 seconds disappear
  • Model yourself on your heroes
  • When you hit adversity think how children learn to walk get up and try again
  • Every day is an opportunity to change things for the better
  • Getting the right kind of help:


Imagine you are a carpenter, and you have various tasks like sawing wood, hammering nails, and drilling holes. If you use a hammer for a job that requires a saw, not only will you not accomplish the task effectively, but you’ll also potentially ruin the material and waste time.

Ask the right person for help

Similarly, when you seek help at work, make sure that the person you’re asking has the specific skills or knowledge you need for that particular problem. Just like you wouldn’t use a screwdriver to hammer a nail, you shouldn’t ask someone from sales to help you debug a complex software issue unless they have relevant experience.


In summary, always make sure you’re reaching out to the ‘right tool’ — in this case, the person or resource — best equipped to assist you in solving your particular challenge.

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