Valencia is probably one of the most cosmopolite cities in the world, and definitely the most cosmopolite I ever lived in. Since I moved here, 4 months ago, there wasn’t a single day passed without hearing at least 4-5 different languages on the street, in coffee shops or supermarkets. On top of Spanish, which is … Read more The Tomatoes Incident
I’ve been into goal setting for a really, really long time in my life. I’ve been obsessing with countless measuring systems, productivity techniques and tons of apps and I even created my own productivity framework, called “Assess, Decide, Do”. I even created an online course, called “Goal Setting 101”, and published it on Udemy, a … Read more Softly Breaking Up With Goal-Oriented Productivity
During the last 2-3 years, a certain social trend became more and more visible. A mix of far right and traditionalism, spreading around the world and popping in places you’d never thought something like this will ever exist. In Europe, Hungary and Poland (and, coming strong from the backyard, Romania too) are slipping into an … Read more The Next Revolution Will Be Technological, Not Ideological
People have opinions abut everything. And that’s neither good or bad, it’s just how we are creating this collective illusion that we call reality. We have opinions about how the world works, about what other people should (and shouldn’t do), about what we should (and shouldn’t) do and pretty much about anything that we can … Read more Can You Build A Fine Watch With A 0.5 Inch Wrench?
I know the title is a bit gloomy, but believe me, things are going into that direction. I don’t know if you read about the first robot who got an official identity, Sophia. Sophia is now an official citizen of Saudi Arabia. There’s a lot of PR in this, there’s a lot of lateral information … Read more How To Survive As A Human In The Upcoming Robots Era
I’n writing this in an airport, waiting for my flight back to Bucharest. For the last 3 days I’ve been at a running event, called S24h. It’s an ultra-marathon competition, with races from 12 hours up to 48 hours. It’s the my second participation at this event and this year I ran the 48 hours … Read more Pushing Through versus Letting Go
This is a guest post by Matthew Snider (see bit at the end of article). You may have heard about the law of attraction as it relates to bringing positivity and good things into your life. You might wonder if it actually works and how to implement it so that you can reap the benefits so many … Read more Does the Law Of Attraction Really Work?
This is a guest post by Mindvalley Academy Success is important to us – that is obvious. Why else would we work as hard as we do if the reward wasn’t worth it? Whether you manage a massive corporate company, or own a small start-up business, chances are you are putting your heart and soul … Read more Boost Your Business With Meditation