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- Make an infinite goal
- Every choice is a signal
- Frame it against the 'celery test'
- Make working for a company that passes your celery test a goal.
- Make lists
- Cognitive load of maintaining lists
- Power of System One thinking and its limitations
- Effects of marking lists complete.
- Learn to communicate
- '4 out of 5' rule, or insult review.
- Learn improve techniques
- When you say `yes`, follow through
- 9 - 13 talking points
- Social fear vs fear of death
- Don't lie, and ask when you don't know.
Dustin Doom served for six years with the 38th Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company transitioned to civilian contracting as an intelligence analyst and subject matter expert of found unexploded ordnance and Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) for Intelligent Software Solutions. He then deployed as a civilian instructor with Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services to teach the Afghan Army EOD and Count-IED before making the decision to change careers.
Today, he is a junior developer for El Toro, a local technology development company that specializes in IP tracking-based advertising. This opportunity was afforded him after completing two courses at Code Louisville, a software development training program of KentuckianaWorks. He hopes to leverage his new skill set and career to one day create software that makes environments safer for his military brothers and sisters.