SaaS Generalist

Resources to build & grow your career in SaaS

There are no constraints except ethical, moral & legal

The only true constraints are ethical, moral and legal. Everything else exists only inside your head! “I don’t know enough to try for that role. I’m not ready yet” “I wish I had an MBA. They will only accept MBA grads” “I really want to learn tha...

Worrying about "What If" situations is useless

Not a fan of “What if?” situations, especially when it comes to career decisions Often times, you’re wondering what’s the right ‘next step’ for you. You think you’re being smart when you plan 10, 20 sometimes even 50 steps ahead. And you find eno...

The Automation Muscle

I like to think about #automation as a muscle. I call it a muscle because it’s not something you can learn but something you can train. Key traits for those with the automation muscle You will be very uncomfortable with monotonous tasks....

How did THIS post get so much engagement?

Have you ever looked at few social media posts and wondered “How did THIS manage to get so much engagement?” You’re not alone. Your social media content reach is a function of BOTH your #content and #audience 1) What’s trivial/useless to you is ...

Quick decisions vs reckless decisions

There’s a difference between quick decision making and reckless decision making Quick decision makers considers necessary parameters consults necessary stakeholders owns up bad decisions, even with lack of time delays decision making, if...

Think like a purist, act like a realist

Think like a purist, act like a realist Purist - a person who insists on absolute adherence to traditional rules or structures Realist - a person who accepts a situation as it is and is prepared to deal with it accordingly Why think like a puris...

Why I prefer directly posting on social media

Why I prefer posting on social media over writing a blog post Most of my ideas/thoughts are either Twitter threads or long Linkedin posts. Here’s why 1) Easier to consume. Blog posts are at least one click away. Most of the time, I bookmark arti...