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.… Read More Letting Go: Killing Your Vertical Ambition
Personal integrity is something I value the most. Physical, emotional or intellectual integrity. All three equally important.… Read More Protecting Integrity at Work
I have to admit something. I’m writing about all those business/psychology related topics but I never read a book about it. I read some books about business and some books about psychology, but never one about self-help in this particular area of topics. If you ask me why, it’s probably due to the fact that I have never felt the need to read one before and also due to limited free time that I had during the last 15 years, that I was using to read/watch/listen to something else.… Read More Work-Life Balance: Prevention Instead of Healing
I believe that in a global research, a majority of employees would state that they are underpaid. There probably actually is such a research but I was too lazy to find it. Sounds logical. In South East Europe this is for sure over indexed. Most of us is thinking that we should have higher salaries.… Read More Be Careful: You Are Overpaid
For all of you who have spent at least 10 minutes reading my texts, this new peculiar example is not going to be a surprise. To the rest, I can only say – get back and read a couple of other articles to get the picture. Very often I think about Nicole Scherzinger. No, not… Read More You Are Perfect and Still Nothing Works?
Relaxed weekend reading OK. This one is going to be tough to explain considering the example and analogy that I’m going to use. Some of you will not have an idea what I’m talking about. Some will think that I’m filthy chauvinistic pig. And some that I’m still sexually frustrated teenager. Some may be right.… Read More Stars, Stairs and Self-awareness