One of Dale Carnegie's books which I've not yet read is "The leader in you" but I'll get around to it these days. Among the stories, one in particular caught my attention: the one about Charles Schwab who was paid 1 million dollars per year and he said that most of that money came from his ability to understand people. The story can also be found in the book "Secrets of success", by the same author. It wasn't the fabulous salary that caught my attention, but the fact that at one point Mr. Schwab found his colleagues smoking right next to the "No smoking" sign. Instead of telling them that what they were doing was wrong,Read More
So I hope that starting with October I will start with one lesson per week in how to draw in an easy way certain things on my youtube channel. An older dream of mine in learning people around me to believe in their ability to draw - even if they think that they don’t own it.Read More
Every since childhood we love hearing or watching stories. Some of us have a native talent for storytelling, others learn as they search for development or as a passion. From my point of view stories sell - if you have a nice way of describing your previous experience at the interview you get noticed - storytelling. If you have charisma in your group is because you know the best stories and jokes and everybody loves to hear you speak - storytelling. An amazing movie that you can not stop recommend it - storytelling.
In life - we love stories, so when we see a commercial that has a story, and extra is a little bit fun - we will remember it:
you can raise the bar to 35 minutes, with 10 minutes break and go up to 45 minutes. But that is the high you should go, brain needs resets, it is a machine and need time to cool down. If whatever you do takes more than 45 minutes, just stop and take a break after this interval. On your break, even if they are of 5 or 15 minutes don’t stay near the computer, at your desk, take a walk, go and smoke a cigarette (if that is your thing),Read More
what is actually "Mindfulness"? - is a person's ability to be present "now, here". Paying attention to who you are and what you are doing, without letting your mind be reactive or overwhelmed by other thoughts or the things around. It's simple, right? Not quite! Attention is a muscle that can be trained, just like the one of public speaking or active listening.Read More
Every child with access to a TV knows about Disney, for those working in a creative area he is a role model, for doodlers (like myself) or artists he is an inspiration. Disney was a storyteller — and a good one, not only using a paper and a pencil to draw the fairy tales, but also when he chat with people.
The most used quote from him is the one about the 4C’s that help you to make your dreams come true: curiosity, confidence, courage, and constancy. As a child, I grow up with his cartoons and they cemented what my mom use to tell me. Be curious — is the only way you will learn new things and meet new people. Be confident in yourself, you have no idea of what you can achieve if you don’t try .....the rest of the article can be read on my Medium page
How often do you meet someone, only to find yourself 5 minutes later not remembering their name?Read More
May be hard to believe but is also the newest color there is - from the base group - did you know that? :)Read More
The study case is about how to integrate your product in a given context, making the user experience be fabulous - that is creativity, that means to bring innovation into marketing, but most of all that means to be really passionate about what you do at your job.Read More
The LinkedIn profile should primarily contain a picture, ideally one from a photo session or something from a professional event. Do not forget to change and cover picture for better visibility - just like your profile picture, look for what you put here to fit well on the page and to relate to your activity or a passion of yours.Read More
If you don't know what keywords to use, look on the available jobs posted online and add those to your profile and/or your CV and those will help you pass the screening software and make it to the inbox of someone from HR.Read More