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How To Discover Your Work Passions And Hatreds
Regularly take time to reflect on how much you enjoy your work, especially when you're earlier-in-career
Write down everything you do. Here are some examples of common things software engineers do:
Working with JIRA
Talking with cross-functional stakeholders
Split all the items into 3 buckets:
Things you genuinely enjoy: Tasks/behaviors you are excited to do and can lose track of time doing them.
Neutral: Things you can do a good amount of, but in the end, you do it for work.
do it for work, and you actively try to minimize doing these as much as possible.
From the top bucket (enjoyment bucket), try to craft your work life around that.
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