In most of the things we do we are setting some goals. If it’s about sports – the goal is … More
Jokes aside, we all know that while we are closely focused on our work and our career, we spend most of our time in a problem-solving mode and we don’t bother thinking too much about other things. We don’t quote eastern Zen philosophers and tech gurus, and we don’t challenge ourselves to the very end of our own nerves.
When someone who was very ambitious and who was very keen on vertical progress in his/her career decides it’s time to let it go – in a way it’s comparable with a top athlete losing a leg or suffering a major career stopping injury.
For all of you who have spent at least 10 minutes reading my texts, this new peculiar example is not … More
There are a couple of events that are, by default, very important in your life. In your personal life those … More
Monday morning office reading. I have already said in one of my previous posts that working in this part of … More
Relaxed weekend reading OK. This one is going to be tough to explain considering the example and analogy that I’m … More
Looking for some days already in a beautiful Adriatic sea some words of impact are coming to me out of nowhere. I say impact not wisdom, because maybe some of them don’t have any wisdom at all, but during my studies and my career they had some impact on me.
I’m approaching 15th anniversary of my more or less successful career. I have changed four companies, six or seven different positions, had business trips in more than thirty countries, worked in nine markets, met thousands of interesting people and made some valuable friendships. Did my best for some amazing teams, changed jobs when I thought that I can’t or don’t want to contribute anymore. Some of those that I hired and coached as beginners already have big careers. So far so good.