What to learn in spare time?

Auth0 / Eng Firaxis
Jul 5 13 Comments

When working at a company, what things do you get involved in to learn skills needed to run your own company? Who do you build relationships with?

I've gotten involved in the sales processes so far.

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  • Drawing the perfect pair of tiddies
    Jul 5 9
    • New / Eng keb
      Pls provide yours for reference
      Jul 5
    • Sorry answered after only reading the title.. my answer remains unchanged however
      Jul 5
    • I am still learning @keb. The left one ends up being bigger than the right one. I am practicing my strokes daily. Once I have mastered the art, I will send you pics ( . Y . )
      Jul 5
    • New / Eng keb
      What kind of strokes 😏
      Jul 5
    • New / Eng keb
      Also, serious talk - it helps to draw them as gestures in loose perspective
      Jul 5
    • Personally I prefer to use a thick brush to create the outline, and then augment the outline with thick firm strokes of a smaller bush, so as to create a contour. This modeling technique helps me achieve the illusion of plasticity and three-dimensional volume which is a must to create the perfect tiddies on canvas
      Jul 5
    • New / Eng keb
      Did you just give me your "coming-out" story?
      Jul 5
    • I already came twice thinking of the perfect tiddies... btw now you know the secret behind the reach creamy texture of my palette
      Jul 5
    • New / Eng keb
      Twice in 2 minutes? No wonder you can't get a live model for tiddies 😯
      Jul 5
  • Product. Specifically how to build a product that you can sell.
    Jul 5 0
  • Yep, sales is the most important, assuming you’re an engineer. Then product. You should have a strong product focus if you want to start your own tech startup.
    Jul 5 0
  • New / Eng keb
    For me specifically, it was hardware. The more you know about the different teams, the better you can manage. It also helps if you've started other small businesses to get a sense for how general operations are run.
    Jul 5 0