Category Archives: Personal Development

3, 2, 1 or Yet Another Productivity Tool

This is not a new idea at all… Ironically, you will find this in so many articles and books but many of us still seam to have difficulties in applying these concepts in practice. Leo Babauta was one of the … Continue reading

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Learning how to learn

I’ve just finished this “Learning how to learn” (https://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn/home/welcome) course on Coursera which is full of interesting, easy to use and practical ideas for improving your memory and ability to learn new things. Definitely a course that I highly recommend. … Continue reading

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My ideal manager

PEOPLE QUIT THEIR BOSS, NOT THEIR JOB – this was a really interesting article that made me think a bit on how an ideal manager should look like giving that I have been working with so many managers during my … Continue reading

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I hate complainers

“You know what I hate most?” my godfather almost screamed at me. “I hate complainers”. This is a man I have huge respect for and, as time passes by, I continue to be amazed by him. He has passed the … Continue reading

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This is important! This is NOT!

Working in multi-national companies has its highs and lows. So far this was my sole experience since graduation. I do not regret it. It allowed early exposure to things I have never dreamt of at such a young age: collaboration … Continue reading

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How I finished my college with maximum grades

This is one of my favorite stories. Not only because it puts me in a great light (OK, OK – I admit, this important too) but because years later, when I have started to read books on time-management, focus, achievers, … Continue reading

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If you will not do it, nobody else will do it for you…

I am still experiencing feelings of huge embarrassment when I am rewinding in my mind this scene. It was about 10 year ago in a one-on-one meeting I had with my manager. Back then I was a bright, smart, capable … Continue reading

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