A couple of months ago, my team and I received an email from a film crew who were shooting a documentary on the The Legend of Zelda franchise and were interviewing people all over the country who had grown up playing the franchise and were open to discussing the impact that the game had on their lives.
Though I rarely deviate from talking about development especially with WordPress on this blog, there’s a point that I made during the course of our interview that was mentioned on the website that I felt worth discussing here.
I hope that one day, I can be a part of creating something that makes as much of an impression and has as much a lasting resonance with its users than the original Legend of Zelda had for me.
During our day-to-day – at least for me – it can be really easy to lose focus of why I do what I do.
This is normal, but I never want to forget my core motivation – to good work for other people.
Though I divide my time between working with 8BIT and managing my own company, I can honestly say that I believe you can have more fun, do more work, and achieve a greater level of success if you find the right team. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t stressful periods or that things always work out, nor does it mean that I dislike doing contracting work on my own, but there’s something to be said for working with a core group of people on something that’s larger than yourself.
Just as you decide to pick your stack, it’s like four new things have come out all of which are vying for your attention. Furthermore, if I were to hop on to every new thing that came out, what would I ultimately master? The point that I’m trying to make is simply remember why you’re doing what you’re doing; otherwise, it’s more like meandering through your day doing something without any real point.


I don’t know if anything that I’m doing now or later ultimately will leave a lasting resonance with anyone. Then again, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with knowing your roots, finding inspiration in them, and constantly pushing forward to at least aim for that particular level of success. If anything, it provides a target to aim for and I’d much rather aim for something as epic as that franchise than anything less. Even with the higher unemployment rates of the last few years, it’s tough to argue with the high cost of not finishing college. You’ve made the hard decision to sacrifice time and energy towards the pursuit of a different and better future. Institute a no-excuses, self-care routine that includes eating right, exercising and sleeping well so you can help avoid academic fatigue. Make connections with other students and adult learners so you won’t feel alone—or fall behind.
If and when the going gets tough, what with juggling school, work and family responsibilities, focus on your long-term goals, such as a career change, job advancement or higher pay and better benefits. Remember, you can always get more back to school tips on Franklin University’s Back to College blog. Instead, I get bogged down with a lot of the details of managing a business, working on the finer details of a project, or generally hyper focusing on a narrow aspect of something neglecting to see the entire picture.


But at the risk of sounding like a cliche, I do think it’s dangerous to go alone and there are a number of things to remember when doing good work. In fact, the rate at which new languages, tools, platforms, frameworks, and other libraries are released has never been faster. I think some developers are notorious for being attracted to the new shiny thing and feel compelled to try every single one of them out. Sure, I’d love to learn a lot of the new technologies and tools that are out there, but the truth is that it takes years to master something, and if I’m just now feeling fluent – or at least capable – with where I am now (after, say, three years) then why would I give this up? I hope it does, but I don’t fail to see the magnitude of the comparison of one of the greatest video game franchises in history and what I’m doing day-to-day. Along with the essential checklist, here’s an “Action Plan” to help propel you into your future. It’s the only place you have to liveAugust 25, 2012 VERYBESTQUOTES Take care of your body.



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