Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
This is a story of a person, who started a new chapter in their life. They decided to follow their dream and write their story forward.
Meet Alik Levin. Talk about changing your life. Earlier this year, Alik came to the U.S. with his family in search of his dream job. Not only did he land his job, but he's been making amazing impact on his new team and driving change in powerful ways. He's in his element and truly unleashed. Alik is now a successful Microsoft programming writer. He's living his passion while he’s helping customers succeed on our platform, by sharing success patterns with customers around the world.
Every now and then, somebody does something that just blows your mind. I've known Alik for a long time, but When Alik first told me that he was coming to the U.S. to find a job and make his dreams happen, I was in disbelief. It was the type of thing you read about or watch in the movies, but to see it unfold right before my eyes was nothing short of spectacular. You see, this was not a story of somebody simply hopping from one mountain peak to another. It was a story of personal triumph. I got to watch Alik climb a mountain from scratch, based on his conviction and courage for a better life. Watching him uproot his family and start a new life, in this new world, has been one of the most amazing transformations I’ve seen in a long time.
While I'm happy that the story had a happy ending, and a wonderful new beginning, I'm truly proud of this guy. In a world of turbulence, he decided to take the bull by the horns and live life on his terms. He's no shadow of his former self. Instead, he is a model for leading a life of action and making the most of what he’s got. He truly is the author of his life. Wow.
You can imagine how ecstatic I was when Alik offered to share his story of how he uses Getting Results the Agile Way, as his secret weapon for getting results ...
You can find the original video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2creyf13eVI. If you know somebody who needs a lift in their day, feel free to share Alik’s story with them. It just might make their day. I know a lot of people who could use a shoulder to lean on or a helping hand, or even just a story of hope.