The moment I knew May 7 was the international day of slowness, I rushed into writing this post.
After having prepared and run my first marathon, I realized that the ingredients that make an excellent performance are the same that we need everyday.
There’ll always be paths we reckon smarter, better than others. However, if we just stick to those, aren’t we excessively limiting our choices?
Breaking up sucks, nobody could deny that. Being left sucks and also leaving is not that great. We should start thinking that breaking up might be good.
We are all immersed in a culture that, idealizing superheroes, provides us with ideal models. Sometimes you just comply, other times you react instead.
There are times in our personal and professional lives when we are aware we are making a choice. These are usually new situations, in which we have to take risks and we get ahead of ourselves. In these cases, we are not necessarily successful but we often feel satisfied because we feel we have taken on a challenge.
Una domanda che sento spesso: ma davvero si possono superare i propri limiti? E’ utile pensare che sia possibile, oppure ci porta ad illuderci, ad essere avventati o frustrati…
In order to talk about how to use feedback for learning we need not to view feedback as sources of conflict but rather opportunities for transformation.
This past year has been very important for us. We accomplished some demanding projects, in the attempt of leaving a generative trace in both the people and the companies we worked with.
Inside Out delivers a clear message: always wanting to be happy limits us. The last movie by Pixar deals with empathy and emotional intelligence.