The Tech Leap Accelerator:

Avoid The “Big-5” Early & Mid-Career Mistakes In IT That Lead To Being Ghosted By Hiring Managers, Feeling Too Tired To Face The Day, And Getting Laid Off

(Even If You Think That These Are Just Part Of The Job)

Are you ready to unstuck yourself in your tech career?

  • Takes only 5 minutes for 5 days

  • Action plans to avoid each trap you face

  • Actual examples & recommended resources

"Great, concise, straight to the point course!" — Tamás Kósa

Written by David Hargitai, yours truly. I'm a certified coach and senior software engineer. During the 17+ years I spent in IT, I've worked on a wide range of projects from e-com sites to real estate management systems, in start-ups to multinational agencies.These are the mistakes I made, so you don't have to!

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Here's everything that's inside:

Day 1: The "Silent Career Killer" That's Sabotaging Your Career Growth (And How To Fight Back)Day 2: How To Repair & Improve Relationships With Colleagues, Managers Or Clients (With Practical Steps)Day 3: What Turns You From Being An Isolated Nobody Into A Recognised Insider (It's Not Just Luck)Day 4: An "Invisible Trap" That Slowly Destroys Both Your Personal And Professional Life (And How To Avoid It)Day 5: Do These Steps To Turbocharge Your Problem-Solving And Stay Ahead Of The Pack (Or You'll Fall Behind)Day 6: BONUS Which Mental Patterns Make You Suffer, Think Like A Child & Make Bad Decisions (And How To Get Rid Of Them)

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