Boa tarde! What a day... So thankful for my meditation practice as it helps me to balance my feelings and stay grounded when things don’t work out exactly as planned...🧘🏻♀️ It’s not that I wouldn’t have a feeling of anger, sadness or frustration creeping up in these moments BUT: they don’t stay long, I acknowledge them but don’t give them power over me but instead try to put them in perspective and mostly seeing the bigger picture I understand that these feelings are just more obstacles on my way 🧘🏻♀️ So after some deep breaths (and sometimes mumbling a bit annoyed to myself to just get the pressure out...) I’m thinking of a constructive solution now and try to stay focussed and concentrated on my goal... 🧘🏻♀️ So the time I invest in my meditation practice every day is given back to me in a way of having more calm and clarity and thus not wasting time on too much negative emotion. In case it has been “lack of time” what kept you from integrating meditation in your life I can assure you: You’ll get all the time back and it will even have a different quality! 🙏🏼 Why not try with 10 minutes every day? I’m using an app called insight timer which also offers a lot of guided meditations for free and helps you to keep track of your practice. I can recommend it very much and just wish you to discover the benefits of meditating yourself 🧘🏻♀️💗 #meditation#meditationpractice#insighttimer#stayingcalm#clarity
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La mayoría piensa que todo parte de iniciar una conversación y así tener un vocabulario extenso.
Eso es un gran error, hay que empezar por lo más básico, la fonética; y si se tiene conocimiento del vocabulario al momento de hablar, tendrás fluidez y confianza para expresarte.
Si quieres aprender otro método de enseñanza en el idioma inglés, recomiendo este grupo @efyclasses se está desarrollando algo interesante!🤓
There are many options, which one is the right fit for you? #DSFromScratch [5/13]
Ever since the term Data Science was put together things have changed a bit. Now there are more defined roles in the data space that everyone more or less agrees with.
The specific skills needed for each role are slightly different, so I recommend thinking which one is a better fit for you. Which one do you imagine yourself doing on a daily basis when you start working in the field?
• Data Analyst / Business Analysts: this role's main concern is understanding the business problem and the data at hand to solving it. They work with a lot with data viz and descriptive analytics.
• Data Architect / Data Engineer: their main concern is the needed infrastructure and systems needed to implement a data project. Also, implementing data pipelines and storage solutions to make the data available for processing and analysis.
• Machine Learning Scientist / Research Scientist: they understand ML Algorithms very well and the right methodology to implement them. They usually prototype these methods.
• Machine Learning Engineer: they put ML methods into production, making sure the implementation is efficient and up to certain development standards.
So where are Data Scientists? Well, I guess when the term was coined it meant all of the above, so Data Scientist can mean any of these. What I’ve seen is that it varies a lot by organization.
Also remember that this is not black and white, depending on the size of the organization a data-person can wear different hats and roles might not be so clearly defined. This is very typical in the start-up world.
Then, where do you see yourself and why?
In collaboration with FNE, JustHope has started providing English language instruction and support to youth in Chacraseca. We continue to look for innovative ways to provide services and support to our Nicaraguan partners during this challenging time.
All 3 of JustHope's translators are certified English teachers, so this expansion of services works for all!
A note to self. 👆🏼 It’s been three days since my panic attack while driving to work. I missed taking my antidepressants, I made poor choices, and I’ve not been taking care of myself. I’m still feeling the hangover from it; feeling distant, reserved, and emotionally exhausted.
Within the past year I’ve begun to truly see the state of my mental health; it has been gruelling and draining yet, in its own way, grounding.
It’s okay to not be okay. I’m still learning about myself and that is okay.