I still remember closing my front door behind me five years ago.
A full blown panic attack hit me by surprise.
Looking back now, it's easy to see.
The months before I had became a little bit more unsatisfied by the day, but I was neglecting that at the time.
I was a software developer back then. The company I had worked at for years, had been sold a year earlier.
As a result, the product we build the years before was being dismantled one piece at a time. At the same time there was a lot of pressure of integrating with the systems of the new company, and a lot of unhappy customers as a result of that.
I was always expecting high-performance of myself, and being unable to focus on what's really important started to weigh down on me.
And than, that day early 2014 my body let me clearly know that it was enough.
Panic mode ON.
After calming down, I realised it was time to reinvent myself.
What I thought back then: New job, new city, new me.
But what I've found out is; In the end, those things don't matter.
Having worked with multiple coaches and teams since then – and by a lot of trial and error – I've found how to achieve high-performance on a sustainable pace.
The key to success is leadership.
In the free 5-day challenge The Millennial's Guide to Agile Leadership I want to share what I've learned with you.
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