In the movie, Wolf of Wall Street, right after Donnie eats the goldfish sashimi in the office. He walks away and yells, “Everyone on point!”
That’s where I got the idea of being “Always On Point”.
Right before competition, clear your mind and focus on the end goal.
The point guard on the basketball team sets up the plays.
In a military squad, the leader takes point when executing a mission.
You need to be at the top of your game, always.
No distractions. Focused, concentrated, and executing perfectly.
Sharp as a scalpel. Sharpened like a spear.
If you are going 1-on-1 against me and you are feeling a little tired, I guarantee I am going to destroy you.
I don’t slip up. I don’t drop the ball. I ball out.
Are you ready? Because I’m always on point.
That’s what it means to be Always On Point.
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Switching to the hiring side for job interviews changed my perspective of how interviews and hiring works. I used to go into interviews nervous, anxious, and trying hard to impress. But after conducting many interviews to hire, I realize it’s not as dire as an event as we all usually perceive.
Based on my experience hiring Project Managers, Product Managers, Senior Developers, Senior Designers. Here are the 6 most important traits I look for in a potential hire:
People love to ask, when do I quit my job to work on my business full-time?
The logical answer is when your business is able to support you financially.
But the real question people are asking is, why do I need a day job when I can just be a business owner?