My reading note on a book by Joel Peterson, The 10 Laws of Trust. We live in an interdependent world whereby in order to progress, trust is essential. If we can’t trust others, we cannot work toward shared or common… Read More ›
When Europe and North America turned their backs on Syrian refugees, much of the obligation fell on neighboring nations. Iraq accepted 200,000 Syrian refugees, while Jordan and other middle-income countries also took on thousands of exiles they couldn’t necessarily afford. Uganda, likewise, embraced a generous approach… Read More ›
Main Points Our great-grandparents knew that good customer relationship mattered. Corporation’s restless pursuit of profits has led to the elimination of all unnecessary niceties in order to cut costs. Social media have returned the power to the customer, making firms… Read More ›
Follow these tips for successful time-management and improved our productivity. Initiate our new time-management and productivity program : Early success helps you to stay motivated. Spend the majority of your time on “customer-facing activities”. We should devote our Sunday nights… Read More ›
The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s.The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. These intervals are named pomodoros, the anglicized plural of the Italian word pomodoro (tomato), after the… Read More ›
Mindfulness Meditation builds mindfulness, which builds self-awareness. As we become self-aware, we will develop several useful competencies. The first is “emotional awareness,” the ability to identify our emotions and how they affect us. The next is “accurate self-assessment,” how to… Read More ›
My notes on BULLSHIT JOBS: A Theory by David Graeber.
My notes on an awesome read by Dr. Tim Irwin, entitled Extraordinary influence.