old errors

I find it easy to blame it on myself when things go wrong and I’m the main culprit. I guess many people do this way. What fascinates me is that my mind goes round and round and start thinking about things like “can we really learn from our errors?” Having written 2 days ago about […]

is there an actionable part in the news?

We all watch tv news, to know what’s happening, right? Or we read newspapers, web news, whatever. More often than not these things are really interesting, they’re nice and make you want to read more, that’s their format. The thing I ask to myself is this: Are those actionable informations? I wondered why are we […]

are we bounded to stay the same or can we -really- change?

I wonder if there’s a slightly chance that we, as humans, as people, can change. Not a change in lifestyle but a change in culture, emotional culture and character. Many many years ago I was stuck in a discussion with a friend, I was saying that we can all change, while he was saying that […]

keep it up until you’ve finished

Sometimes it might feel that the world is not helping you with the work you do. It’s so big, so never-ending that you even wonder if you can polish it enough, because it’s never “enough”. If the project should have an ending, than it’s ok to create a progression that leads to the normal conclusion. […]

make the choice with your head, not with fears

Fear is always a bad advisor. Fear will make you choose for the fastest, not for the better. Fear only considers the short term. Fear doesn’t consider our ability to adapt. Fear is and will always be there, we will always get the feeling that we should follow her advice. Our job is to stop […]

don’t make a fool of your customers, they’re not stupid

These days a new advertising can be heard every day on the radio. It’s about a new car and some discounts. The advertising starts with the intro of a famous song, one that we already hear often on the radio, there’s no voice, no narrator, nothing. It’s just a song. After about 6 to 10 […]

too much play will make you burnout

It’s common to associate burnout to work, but I somewhat believe that “play” too is a road to burnout. All the things you do must be very precise and fit your life in the way you want. Otherwise that’s where burnout happen. Don’t confuse this with control, it’s about integrity of decisions.

the price of idleness

The price of idleness is the same price you pay for lying. It grows on you. The more idle you are, the more idle you get. It’s not about laziness, it’s about not wanting to do, to try, to change. The price of idleness is the inability to have a past, because every day will […]

honor your word

The best way to improve what you say, to make sure that what you say will come “true” is to honor your word. There’s no shortcut for this, and honoring your word is very much a way to respect yourself and the people around you. If you say that you’ll help your friend cleaning up […]

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