Giving advice, is not that simple

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Last week, two different conversations took place, the first around giving advice only when being asked for and with lot of caution, the second... receiving advice without even asking for. For sure that most of the times when someone is "advising" you is with the best … Continue reading Giving advice, is not that simple

A new playlist: bottling pieces of life

Spotify is one of those magic apps that allow you to "bottle" thousands of songs, and label them so they can be easy to identify when ready for consumption. My reason for creating new ones is mainly getting tired of listening to the same songs (use almost the same type of music regardless of the … Continue reading A new playlist: bottling pieces of life

“Gazing out the window” effect

There is a funny thing about zoom, skype.. conferences. We usually forget that the same way we are seeing what others are doing, the rest can see what we are doing. It is like we were looking through a window, seeing what is happening but not being watched by anyone one can see what we … Continue reading “Gazing out the window” effect

Information and trust

Information: #data, #fake_news, #gossip, #tweets, #conversations, #corporate_Communication, #memos, #meetings, #stories, #presentations, #useful, #verified, #estimation... We live in the era of hyper information. We find anything we want or need, even more, more than we want or look for, we have information overload. Depending on the source it comes from, we credit it or not. But … Continue reading Information and trust