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Daily Work

My 378 Days at Maya, The Age of New Normal

In mid-December of 2019, when I officially started at Maya, personally I was kind of shattered and confused. For the first time in my career, I just spent around 2 weeks totally jobless, clueless, and free. I was able to see many things that I didn’t realize in my so long career.

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Daydream

JossPay, My Most Favorite Failure Project

JossPay was a wallet product by G&R utilizing the Payment System Provider (PSP) license issued by Bangladesh Bank, the financial regulatory authority of Bangladesh.

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Process

Understanding Abstract Arts

Most abstract arts we can see around are just random – in some cases pure ‘sales-bait’; which means some artists can figure out a specific style that they can sell easily. In these cases most likely the artists themselves are unable to explain their works or they’ll simply lie.

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Critical Thinking

The process of conceptualizing, analyzing, and evaluating information to reach an answer or conclusion

From gathering research, to weighing up evidence to formulating a judgement, take a look at these 6 critical thinking steps to demonstrate the path to better outcomes.

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Critical Thinking

Being proactive and taking control of your own fate will make you a better person

One crucial difference is that animals are slaves to external stimuli, and can only react to these stimuli in the preprogrammed way that is in their nature.

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Process

Natural habits, hygiene trust and an ugly picture of the developed world

Europe starts to slowly ease the lockdown, as an Asian person who is serious with hygiene under normal circumstances and definitely more so now, finds it quite terrifying to interact with people in this continent.

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Resilience

A little tidiness will improve you both in physically and mentally

To do this, you should organize your living space in a way that feels most natural to you. When you’re sorting through your things, for instance, you’re also evaluating their purpose and usefulness to you. Letting go of something that no longer serves a purpose – and welcoming something new in its place – can be deeply therapeutic.

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Daily Work

Tuklify, taking notes while reading

This universe was always full of information. From the first caveman to the most genius person of nowadays, it’s an all time big question – how to access and utilize this information?

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Universe

In a Pandemic World

This is a whole different world. Whoever is going through this, never got a chance to imagine it. We’re already in a new world and all these happened just in 100 days!

The streets of Dhaka are now empty, air quality has improved significantly. Nature is shining with her brightness but humanity is dying for their own mistake. Many predictions are here but nobody knows what’s going to happen next.

Over 1.5 million people are already affected by COVID-19 and around 95 thousand people have already died. This is a horrific situation which I’ll never forget in my lifetime.

We’re just staying at home since 17 March 2020. It’s much more complicated than I’ve estimated. Balancing work and life is really crucial for happiness but seems like we’re not going to have it for a while.

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Universe

Right Turn, Left Turn

It was a bright sunny day when I started at Deligram. The entry was simply gorgeous – something like the best onboarding of my life. For some reason few of my friends and colleagues thought it could be a newsable incident. Luckily it didn’t go that far.

I left Deligram just in 5 months – exactly after 153 days of joining. Though I didn’t make any public announcement but all the people who came to know about it asked me the same question – why so early?

I’m not that person who’ll avoid the question but at the same time I don’t know which is the correct answer. Moreover I have a constant feeling of regret for not being able to do anything very impactful. So I often review my old task list and ask what did I miss?

It’s not an answer but recently I have a realization that if you have a feeling of doing something very right, most likely you’re walking in a wrong way.