Every Crisis Is A Portal – And So Is The Coronavirus Crisis

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For reasons beyond my comprehension, I’ve been exposed to various types of crises for a long part of my life. Career crisis – going from a radio journalist to a self-made entrepreneur, and then back to being “just a coder” – relationships crisis (too many to mention them) or even identity crises, I know them … Read more Every Crisis Is A Portal – And So Is The Coronavirus Crisis

5 Unexpected Positive Effects Of The Coronavirus Panic

The world is rapidly heading towards a general lockdown these days, because of the Corona virus pandemic. Entire countries are shutting down, flights are suspended between continents, people are advised (or forced) to work from home, public activity is reduced to a minimum. It’s like humanity hit the brakes so hard, you can almost hear … Read more 5 Unexpected Positive Effects Of The Coronavirus Panic

Social Engineering – The “Coronavirus Event”

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This will probably go down in history as one of the biggest social engineering events of humanity, probably one that will mark the beginning of a new era. In the sense that “life after Coronavirus” and “life before Coronavirus” will be strikingly different. The Facts Covid-19 is a highly viral respiratory infection, first identified in … Read more Social Engineering – The “Coronavirus Event”

The Utterly Incomplete, Deeply Biased And Soon-To-Be-Outdated “Working From Coffee Shops Guide” In Valencia

It’s been already a year since I moved to Spain and many parts of my life are starting to fit together quite nicely. One of the most important parts, work, was specifically interesting during last year and in today’s post I’m going to share what went good, not so good and great about working from … Read more The Utterly Incomplete, Deeply Biased And Soon-To-Be-Outdated “Working From Coffee Shops Guide” In Valencia

Buddhism For Geeks – Path To Enlightenment Is Like Continuous Integration

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If you’re defining yourself as a geek, then the term “continuous integration” may sound familiar to you. But for all the others, let me clarify some things. According to Wikipedia: In software engineering, continuous integration (CI) is the practice of merging all developers’ working copies to a shared mainline several times a day. The main reason for this is, as … Read more Buddhism For Geeks – Path To Enlightenment Is Like Continuous Integration

The Overwhelming Power Of Small Steps

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Major events, like the beginning of a new year, are almost always a good pretext for big changes. All that “new year resolutions” hysteria, all those manifestation boards popping up on your walls, the motivational messages pinned on your fridge with magnets, all that “I can do it, I’m starting now and I’ll do it” … Read more The Overwhelming Power Of Small Steps

The Roadblock Is Your Exit (And Why I’ve Been Silent For The Last 3 Weeks)

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You may have heard the first part of the title worded differently, something like “the obstacle is the way”. That’s because it’s also the title of a quite popular book by Ryan Holiday. What you may not know, though (if you didn’t read the book) is that the phrase was not coined by Ryan Holiday … Read more The Roadblock Is Your Exit (And Why I’ve Been Silent For The Last 3 Weeks)