Investing in memories

Here’s a thought experiment – imagine that you are offered to choose between two vacations. One would be the vacation of your life; everything you ever dreamed, hoped and wished for would happen, making you 1000% satisfied; but with one trick – once the vacation is done, your memory (and your phone) will be erased, […]

Honesty and Candor

You might find this surprising but there was a time when I used to be extremely paranoid of giving any kind of negative feedback. This, you have to agree, kind of sucks if you are in a position where one of your primary duties IS to do so. Actually scratch that. I wasn’t scared of […]

Turning Chaos into a Line

I’m the most chaotic and unorganized person ever. Seriously. Give me an unknown task and, deep down, I go full blown hazard. Favorite example is my manager making a request to provide a timeline and plan to do X, where X is usually something that I have no faintest idea about. Gotta admit that […]

Rereading the Same Book

Last year I read 30 books. And then I wrote an article about it. What you can learn from it is that I was never an avid reader, but more of a (very) late-bloomer. But I figured that “if you want to be successful, you’ve gotta read. A lot”. Don’t really ask me what it means, but it is what I believed in. So I focused on reading a lot for the sake of reading […]

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