As I was checking my Facebook timeline the other day, I couldn’t but notice something very interesting: a lot of the content posted by my social friends was motivational. Quotes, (or little images with quotes on it), small inspirational videos, personal stories. Each entry tiny and tidy, easy to digest, readable in less than a … Read more The Elusive Foam Of Social Media
As a digital nomad I get to work in public places a lot, especially coffee shops. Every once in a while I run into some mild problems, but, usually, nothing really serious. Until the other day. Sit down, relax, and make sure you don’t read this in a coffee shop too 😉 The Premises So, … Read more Are You Staring At Me?
Goals are great. They are like lights on your path, marking with clarity various milestones one your journey. And goal setting, believe me, is an art. The art of properly setting course to your closest destination, making the best of your resources and with the greatest chances of success. One of the most important chapters … Read more 5 Good Reasons To Share Your Goals. And One Powerful Reason Not To
When I was a kid, one of my favorite games was catching bees. Before calling me a bee maniac, let me give you a little bit of the context around this sentence. I grew up in a communist country, in a small city near the mountains. You didn’t have much to do in a small … Read more How To Catch A Bee
Following up my first post in 2011, in which I declared that all I want in 2011 is to tame twelve monkeys, a lot of friends or blog readers seemed to really pick up this notion. I received a lot of wishes in the form of “good luck with your monkeys” or something along those … Read more Finding Your Inner Monkey
This is my first post for 2011. It’s also the post that marks an entire new approach to my blog. And, generally speaking, to my life. 2010 was a very difficult year for me. If you’ve read my (already traditional) end year list about the things I did in 2010, you already know that. I … Read more Taming Twelve Monkeys
Goals are just milestones. Places where you stop for a while and enjoy the scenery. The trip is what gives you the ultimate thrill, and it will always be like this. But, as interesting as the trip may be, goals have their own importance. They can either add more awesomeness to the mix or make … Read more How Goal Setting Works (For Me)
As Bianca, my 4 year old daughter, started to better understand images and shapes, as she started to talk more and to understand more, we slowly started to play more complicated games. Lately, she seems to develop a rather strong appeal for puzzle games. We solve at least one puzzle almost every day. We started … Read more Can You Solve The Puzzle Of Your Life?