Motivation hits like a sugar rush: “it feels great but it is impossible to maintain, and when you come down you actually feel worse“. With this bold conclusion at the book’s 2nd page, Jeff Haden teases the reader into revisiting its individual understanding of the word “Motivation”. When it comes to executing projects, tracking goalsContinue reading “[Book Club] My 6 Lessons from the book “The Motivation Myth””
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My realisations after blogging for 30 days
Precisely 30 days ago I’ve started this blog (What was I thinking, right?). And it wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that, at some level, it started a spark that I’m sure will change my life forever. In this post, I’ll try convincing you why you should also think about starting a blog (or whateverContinue reading “My realisations after blogging for 30 days”
Hiking an active volcano: what can it teach you about business or career goals?
High elevations, steep and rocky hills, exposure to possible hypothermia. Those are some of the features one could find while hiking Guatemala’s Acatenango Volcano around winter time. The scenic views and constant eruptions in its neighbour, Fuego Volcano, bring together both the air of challenge and reward, if one reaches its 4,000 meters peak (orContinue reading “Hiking an active volcano: what can it teach you about business or career goals?”
Alternative Workplace: Reasons why you should pack your bags and go for it right away
Remote Working is not a Covid-19 pandemic invention. That’s right! Even though the topic has gotten deep traction since the impacts from the global health crisis obligated most offices to close their doors for their staff, Alternative Workplaces have been on some companies’ agendas since the early ’90s. Giants such as IBM and AT&T, asContinue reading “Alternative Workplace: Reasons why you should pack your bags and go for it right away”