To be a better engineer, communicate clearly - Ire Aderinokun, BuyCoinsFeatured

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Hi Elphas – as a reminder – this is part of our public posts series sharing conversations with women across tech on the topic of #careergrowth.Ire, thank you for sharing with us.Please share your thoughts in the comments below.
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Thanks for sharing this, Ire! I enjoyed learning about your time management process and I like that you work on what's inspiring at any given moment. I sometimes force myself to work on things that need doing, inspired or not, and it's the perfect situation for procrastination x_xI'd like to hear more about how you learn to communicate effectively, similar to what you've done with time management. For example, how do you plan out what to write? How did you learn to communicate effectively? What tools do you use (similar to Things for productivity). Sharing resources might also be helpful.
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Thank you Tolu!To answer your question, I think I learned how to communicate effectively through a lot of practice, particularly at school. As you can imagine, I had to write *a lot* of essays doing my Psychology and Law degrees, and it really helped me learn how to craft and communicate an argument clearly. Also, writing a blog post (which I did every week for 2 years) helped me improve my technical writing. So it's really just practice!Regarding the tools I use for writing, I personally prefer to write in Markdown. The app I currently use to write most things is called Bear - https://bear.app . But since I write in markdown, I can use pretty much anything!
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Thank you for sharing your story, Ire! I love reading about how you time manage to ensure most productivity.
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You're welcome :)
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Hi Ire, congrats on your startup! BT Dubs you have a really cool background (Experimental Psychology and Law)
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Thank you! :)