I’ve taught programming as a hobby occasionally to kids, to old people, to finance and law students and my Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gym buddies, and there hasn’t been a single student who failed to grasp it, because when one teaching method doesn’t work on you, I can keep adapting until…

A product is something you build with a user in mind. Users are the difference between a working software and a product. Therefore, all products are measured by how well they serve some group of people, and how many people use them. There are, of course, products that may not…

Re-education: a way for people to stay useful in the economy throughout the years and decades.

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the need for re-education: a way for people to stay useful in the economy throughout the years and decades. …

An activist is a person who is happy being unhappy about some broken thing in the world.
The unhappiness that it takes to actually make a change (in almost anything) is often way greater than the unhappiness of just living with it.

Whereas a change-maker is a person who has a clear vision of the post-change happiness, and is willing to push through the initial activation unhappiness (activation energy + that initial unhappiness) to get there.

Activists are known for their unhappiness, change-makers are known for their intelligence and grit.

Should you be an activist or a change-maker? Well, depends how strongly you feel about these real world problems. If you’re an elite, you owe it to the world to become a change-maker.

A personal manifest for climbing the Maslow pyramid through falls

It’s been a long time since I wrote a personal post. The last time I did dates back to probably 2015, my very first post on Medium.

Most other things that I’ve shared online have focused on my ideas rather than my character and emotions and self. Even on my…

Sina Meraji

Founder and CEO of LearningLoop.org , the universal basic education

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