In order to find my edge, I felt that as a software developer, I need to learn more than just technical things. I happened to work in a company that had an agile coach, and thought this 'Agile principles' could become my leading edge. I would like to have hands-on experience and although there are opportunities to apply it at work, I found that the principles could well be widely used. I started to share them with my extended families (in which at times was being looked at weirdly), and at times I'm just implementing it without them knowing. This talk was just sharing a little bit of my story from resolving 'family argument', 'career retrospective', and 'bridging communication issues' with a gist of agile.