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    Why I Felt Like a Failure When I First Started My Agile Career



    📝 About 10 years ago, I embarked on a journey that would shape my career and ignite my passion for the agile world. Working at a prominent defense contractor, I was entrusted with the powerful tool known as TFS. Back in 2013, I was handed the keys to the kingdom, but little did I know what awaited me. 🎯 Learning about epics, tasks, self-tasks, and story points opened my eyes to a whole new way of project management. It was a pivotal moment that marked the beginning of my agile adventure. However, despite having the privilege of access, I often felt overwhelmed, like drinking water from a fire hose. ⏩ Being young in my career, I craved proper training and opportunities to truly master TFS. It seemed like I was constantly sprinting, struggling to keep up with the fast-paced demands of my job. 🌟 Yet, through it all, my passion for this agile world continued to grow. I embraced the challenges and learned valuable lessons along the way. Today, I can proudly say that I've come a long way since that first encounter with TFS. ✨ If you're on a similar journey, remember that growth takes time. Embrace the opportunities, seek knowledge, and never stop learning. Let's thrive together in this dynamic and ever-evolving world of project management. #AgileAdventures #TFSBeginnings #CareerGrowth #PassionForAgile #LearningNeverStops #ProjectManagement #PersonalGrowth #EmbraceChallenges #ThrivingTogether #AgileCommunity

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