Pittsburgh is Still the Place to Be

Pittsburgh is Still the Place to Be

I have mentioned in previous blog posts how Pittsburgh is one of the most up and coming places in the technology field. The city is filled with innovators and entrepreneurs and their new developments are attracting out of state investors and helping our city grow. Audrey Russo, CEO and President of the Pittsburgh Technology Council has helped Pittsburgh’s name recognition increase in the national tech marketplace.

At Logix Guru, we strongly believe in Pittsburgh’s technology growth, that’s why we’ve been in the area since the beginning of the new millennium. We work with some of the area’s most innovative firms. We can develop and fine tune products to help our clients succeed-that’s our mission. We can test the software being developed at every step of the design process to make sure that what is being given to clients is bug free and runs like a dream.

Let Logix Guru help your company grow. Call 724-733-4500 to speak with someone about how we can help you or email ajmani@logixguru.com. Let us help your company succeed. We come from a city of innovation and we would love to bring our innovative solutions to you. 

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“Fail often so …

“Fail often so you can succeed sooner.”
-Tom Kelley

After seeing this quote on Pinterest, it made me think about the success to failure ratio. Is there a universal ratio or is it something that is so unique it cannot be predicted? Does one large failure count as two regular small failures? Does a success cancel out a failure? How does this work?

I believe that there are an infinite amount of successes and failures possible in a person’s life. Failing often in the beginning does not mean that you only have successes left in you. You may be more likely to succeed because of your past experiences, but thinking you can only succeed after a few failures will limit your potential.

In short, always work hard and take failures in stride. They can only provide valuable life experience. Assuming you have a finite number of failures means that you will not be as willing to work hard later on.

Work hard and you will succeed. It may take a while, but it will happen. Just believe!