Some of us live believing they are unable to learn a foreign language, or draw, or dance. These beliefs form our behaviours and shape our lives. They influence our personal and professional choices. Continue reading Anything you believe in
It is not about being right or proving someone wrong. It is about being open minded or not. In my reality, every ending is a beginning. Continue reading Endings and beginnings
It is 7 30 a.m., and I am reading through my emails and news feed while at breakfast. I find this morning routine highly efficient. I quickly skim through everything, remove the least relevant information and random spam and set aside time during the week to read the longer pieces. If you, like me, read a lot during the day, you are probably as picky as I am, when it concerns the content you read. I am quite good at managing what lands in my mailbox or my news feed on Feedly. I rarely experience troubles with having too much … Continue reading Things I hate about marketing emails
Is there anyone around here who has not heard of Pareto principle (aka 20/80 rule)? I guess, not many. I think this is one of the most popular productivity tools out there. Rare time management or quality management book do not cover the rule of 20/80. Even more so, I admit that I have a very vague understanding of how it works. I mean, I have a theoretical background, I know I’ve read about the principle on several occasions. I most certainly also googled the application rules. But somehow I have never really understood it correctly. Or, to tell the … Continue reading Can you actually achieve more by doing less?
I’ve mentioned in one of my recent posts that I’ve recently spent two months in Germany, avoiding travelling during the high of the COVID-19 outbreak. Germany has always been a land of milk and honey for me – ever since secondary school was I dreaming about going there, and maybe even living there. My life path has led me to Switzerland instead. However, I am still a frequent visitor, and I always cherish particular affection for Germany deep in my heart. I used the time spent in Germany to explore the country a bit – not as a traveller, but … Continue reading Fancy living in a littered world?
My somewhat reflexive perspective of two months in corona lockdown Continue reading Things I missed the most – or being away from home for two months
I was on the lookout for a template for editorial and content calendar on the Internet. As you can imagine, there are tons of various models available. Some are more complicated, some – less. Some are available free of charge, and some are not. Few are nice looking and again few others – quite ugly. Some templates are available for immediate download and some requiring registration etc. Some of those sites I registered with to download the template send mailings to their new subscribers. I have found the post picture in such email from The Content Factory. It resonated. My … Continue reading The art of small steps
Once or twice a month I deliberately slow down and reject any of the activities I enjoy. Unplugging and doing nothing of importance is very important. Continue reading Boring myself on purpose
I have learned that we use egoism and selfishness as synonyms. We often refer to a person as selfish or egoistic when this person does not want to share something with us – be it information, tools, food, money or love. People would often suggest to an egoist to re-think his values, learn to be more humble, accept that giving is preferential to taking. Continue reading Being a false egoist
There are several ways how human beings perceive the information . Will I always stay an old-school bookworm? Continue reading Read or listen?