Some things I believe in

  1. Working in tech is one of the fastest and easiest way to achieve financial independence. There's no cut-off age after which it's too late to learn how to code.
  2. Moving fast is almost always the right approach.
  3. Experience is not an accurate measure for potential success.
  4. Remarkable individuals at work will most likely make the most mistakes. Providing them an environment where they feel empowered instead of being criticised will have far more benefits than downsides.
  5. Be wary of referees at work. If you have the flexibility, working with people who are good at relentless execution will most likely be worth it.
  6. Working hard is important but not as important as working with the right people and on the right project.
  7. Navigating politics at work is an essential skill to have.
  8. Trying to actively work on your weaknesses may not always be the right thing to do. Sometimes focusing on your strengths instead might pay off more.
  9. We're too eager to categorise people in boxes. Humans are considerably more complex than being either good or bad.
  10. It doesn't seem likely that Mauritius will be a thriving nation in my lifetime.
  11. It's much harder to stay healthy in Mauritius where most activities are centered around food.
  12. People think about us far less than we think they do.
  13. Having a great partner by your side feels like a superpower.
  14. Seeing the people in your life happy is one of life's greatest joy.