Dave Gray
Dave Gray Teaches Code

Dave Gray Teaches Code

Are you on the right path? It's ok to be unsure.

Are you on the right path? It's ok to be unsure.

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Dave Gray

Published on Jan 30, 2021

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What am I doing?

It's ok to not be sure of yourself.

You have permission.

In fact, I think it is healthy. It means you are always assessing your path and trying to take the optimal route.

You may be asking yourself:

  • Am I following the right career path?

  • Should I get a computer science or related degree?

  • Should I enroll in a web development bootcamp?

  • Should I follow a self-taught learning path?

I'm sure you have heard about people who have followed a navigation app only to drive to a completely incorrect location.

It's ok to question directions and reassess the way to your destination.

On my LinkedIn profile, I state that I like rebels & rulebreakers. I appreciate those who learn by questioning what is known instead of simply accepting what is.

I hope it is healthy because I question (and even doubt) myself on a daily basis.

It would be great to be like The Mandalorian and know "this is the way" without a shred of doubt. However, I fear that would be my greatest weakness at the same time. I cannot stop myself from questioning the world around me and wonder what could be improved upon.

I think I'm in constant "recalculating" mode. I'm constantly unsure.

I think that's a good thing.


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Thank you for joining me on this journey.

Dave

 
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