I’m a Picnicker

  • I know what I know. And I know what I don’t know.
    I love collaborating with others because it is the best way to expand my limits.
    I know I’m good at what I do. I have a bit of an ego, accordingly.
    But my ego is tamed when I deal with new and unfamiliar things.
    It’s only when I have the chance to work with brilliant, eclectic and diverse talent that I put my own ego aside.
    I need from them as much as they need from me.
    I want to collaborate in a fun, entertaining environment.
    Shoes off, with joy.
    Barefoot is how I truly can put myself in other people’s shoes.
    With joy, I embrace experimentation not being fully certain of where I’m heading.
    I love traveling and not asking how much time is left every 5 minutes.
    But I really need to work on things people can use to improve their lives.
    Words bore me. Words for me are as a sticky jungle where it’s really easy to get lost.
    I hate dark places. I love working where there is light and fresh air.
    I need light to see clearly. I need fresh air, to be able to do things seamlessly.
    I don’t like to fail, but I’m not afraid of failing.
    What I really hate are mediocre failures.
    When failing, it better be a huge failure and learn from it as quickly as possible.
    Failures in slow motion make me mad.
    I don’t believe in succeeding as a lonely rider.
    I love celebrating success but you can only do so when being part of a team.
    It’s amazing the feeling of hugging each other when glory comes knocking on your door.
    I love my job. I’m passionate for what I do.
    I consider it a gift, and it’s my task to worship it.
    I want it to be useful to someone else, not just to myself.