I see most of my colleagues ask tough and deep questions. My questions are not that great a lot of time. I am ramping up in a new role for past couple of months.
A few good resources worth consuming on Taro:
Another thing that will help is to categorize types of questions that your colleagues are asking -- are they strategy questions, technical questions, debugging questions, something else? Making notes about this and writing down things like phrasing, length, and format will be very valuable.
Rahul which resources would you recommend for strategy questions? and how can I gauge the best mentors in my org who can assist me with it.
When Rahul is referring to "strategy" questions, I assume he means the strategy and overall direction of the team. There isn't a good dedicated resource for that, but the process should be as follows:
In terms of who to talk to for understanding this entire space, it will be a combination of these 3 people:
To gauge who's best equipped to help you with this big picture stuff, the easiest thing to observe is their presence in team meetings. Anybody who is confident in their opinions and driving the team meetings clearly has a big impact on the direction of the team.
After you have identified the best potential mentors though, there is another thing to figure out: How to make those people want to mentor you. We have 2 resources where we talk about that: