Unhappy as a Developer? How Not To Be Miserable with Dr. Randy Paterson

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Do you suffer from Slack anxiety? Are teammates nitpicking your Pull Requests during code review? On-call schedules and deadlines giving you nightmares? Instead of quitting your job, what if you knew how to have a great relationship with your work? Learn how to deal with imposter syndrome, unrealistic deadlines, and stop communicating passive-aggressively today!

Do you suffer from Slack notification anxiety? On-call schedules and deadlines giving you nightmares? Are your teammates nitpicking your code during code review?

Instead of quitting your job out of frustration and having to go through another round of technical interviews, what if you knew how to have a great relationship with your work?

Learn how to deal with imposter syndrome, unrealistic deadlines, and stop communicating passive-aggressively today!

Communicate effectively with your team and finish the day feeling good about what you've accomplished.

Listen to our conversation with Dr. Randy Paterson, a psychologist and author practicing in Vancouver, Canada. He is the author of "The Assertiveness Workbook - How to express your ideas and stand up for yourself at work and in relationships."

He taught us effective skills we can use to feel better about our daily jobs as developers. Learn how to tell your manager that the project is running late without being the negative person in the team. And how to deal with conflict without freaking out.

Whether you've experienced any of these situations at work or have heard stories about it, it's always good to learn how to communicate better and avoid resentments. Enjoy the episode and share it with a friend or colleague!

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Episode links
- Full episode Transcript and Show Notes
- Save your spot for the hexdevs Software Design Workshop and take the next right step for your career
- Dr. Randy Paterson's website
- The Assertiveness Workbook - How to express your ideas and stand up for yourself at work and in relationships
- Psychology Salon with Dr. Randy Paterson - YouTube channel
- First Person Plural: Emotional Intelligence & Beyond podcast


Unhappy as a Developer? How Not To Be Miserable with Dr. Randy Paterson
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