Thanks for the compliment, Dr. Horstmann. :)
Work is tough because I’m asked to do things I have no clue about. But that’s what’s great about it, because I get to learn on the job and work on interesting problems.
As much as I’m struggling to deliver results for whatever I’m asked to do, I have to remember that the final solution will come if I step away from the big picture and focus on some small part of the problem first; someone once told me, “Nothing’s really that challenging. If something’s hard, I’ll make it easy.”
I’m not extremely talented, but I’m doing my best, whatever that means.