Unele decizii par impulsive când, de fapt, au în spate un proces lung, de multe luni de analiză, nopți nedormite, imaginat scenarii viitoare și făcut ping-pong între variante.
Există mai multe etape pe care ar fi bine să nu le grăbești (și, mai ales, să nu le sari, așa cum am făcut eu și am ajuns să regret): Read more…Tweet
One year ago I started a personal newsletter called “Friday Read” – yeah, I know, such a highly creative name I actually named it this way as a form to apply pressure on myself and turn it into a habit – I can’t really start a newsletter named Friday Read and not send it every Friday, now can I?
What you’ll find below are bits and pieces of my thoughts on why I started this newsletter, how it grew in the past year, together with a few stats and their context.
If you’re already subscribed, feel free to skip this article – these are just copy-pasted fragments of the emails sent recently.Tweet
I love what Sol Orwell is doing.
Almost two years ago, he started to organize charity food offs – events where all money go to charity. And you get to eat chocolate chip cookies made by professionals and then rank your top 5 fav cookies.Tweet
Returning from my first trip to Japan (and first time ever outside Europe), everyone back home wanted to know what I enjoyed most while there. My reply was completely different from what they were expecting me to say: I praised their population’s preparedness for disasters.
Nowhere else in the whole world had I felt safer than in Tokyo, a city that lies at the intersection of 3 major tectonic plates, where huge natural disasters occur all the time, and is one of the world’s most populated areas.
Whatsoever, when you take into consideration that I’m living with an earthquake phobia and crowds anxiety, my answer starts to make sense.Tweet