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stairway of important questions photo dinis guarda
What are the questions I need to ask myself that can make a difference in my life and in the way I manage my drive and expectations. What are the questions to ask myself to get the most out of life? First of all it is important to remember the wise words by Voltaire: Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. To follow up I want to remember these wonderful wise words that Marisa Mayer one of the leading personalities and managers in Google told the audience at 92Y: "Burnout is about Read more [...]
it is a ride in the bike of your thoughts photo dinis guarda
Understand that sometimes I have to walk away and move in order for others to enjoy the view. I am an optimist. I do believe that the best is always yet to come in my life. But being optimistic is sometimes foolish and difficult as Peter Ustinov once put it.  Sometimes a personal goal, obsession and drive, a particular dream, ambition can create frustration. Also the same happens with the lack of a clear drive, focus or decision. In this landscape things will probably become sometimes too Read more [...]
tunnel globalisation
Terra incognita, web transparency and a new metaphoric globalisation! Lately technology and web are making humanity go faster... too fast in this wide "Terra incognita" (the latin expression for Unknown land, territorry, used by ancient navigators for the mysterious areas under discovery).  Although we live in a over mapped world that has powerful navigation such tools as Google Maps, GPS, Foursquare, Geo location devices the notion of "direction" has somehow disappeared from the reality maps. Read more [...]
"I am an invisible man. No, I am not a spook like those who haunted Edgar Allan Poe; nor am I one of your Hollywood-movie ectoplasms. I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fibber and liquids - and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me." Ralph Waldo Ellison, The Invisible Man, 1952. We are all the invisible man of Ralph Ellison’s novel, living in a society that, in every area, feels the need to create more information, Read more [...]