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
There is very little chance you would trust the assistant in front of you to be in full control of the CEO’s life. You might find it hard to imagine that this person decides which meetings CEO will attend, prepares all speeches, reports and presentations, acts as a sparring partner and acts as a point of reference for practically everything. Welcome to The Life and Wonderful Adventures of an Executive Assistant! It’s the retinue that plays the king 🙂 Continue reading Who the heck is Executive Assistant?
There are several ways how human beings perceive the information . Will I always stay an old-school bookworm? Continue reading Read or listen?
There are only 24 hours in a day you’d have to think carefully about how much time you might want to spend on different activities. And if it doesn’t fit in – you better not do it. Continue reading Budget your … time?
I think it’s vital to recognize timely that what you do for a living is called that way because it is just an income stream. This income stream does not define who you are. You are not your job. Your job is just something you do before you have chosen to do something else. Continue reading You are not your work
Why do we stare and how is staring handled in different cultures?
Humans are genetically predisposed to be attracted to symmetrical faces to ensure long-term survival. We unconsciously see symmetry as a marker of genetic quality. Continue reading To stare or not to stare..