Ideas and innovation don’t generally emerge from a single point, team or a company. They don’t jump to existence in sterile offices, by employees pushed or forced to think about innovation. They emerge over coffee tables, over lunch or beer, when seemingly irrelevant parties talk about random shit. An idea needs versatility and variety to… Continue reading How to get better ideas
Originally published on my steemit.com blog on December 9, 2018. We live in a day and age of activism, causes and speaking up against inequality, cruelty or fighting for a better, more sustainable lifestyle. And it is amazing! I am a very grateful to be able to watch and read inspiring stories, philosophies or ideas from… Continue reading Activism: Realistic expectations or why we (mostly) see it in the wrong timespan
First posted on my Medium.com account. I am doing good, business wise. Not “here in my garage” good, but the I am happy where my business is going and that my effort is bearing some fruit, and don’t need to brag about it good. Doing good also means constantly working on it. Improving, checking your… Continue reading Why we (…I) procrastinate? Instant gratification …can be a good thing
I was a happy and long term customer of LastPass. Had hundreds of passwords saved in their vault, mostly for my work. Until recently. LastPass inefficient work and very frugal and not customer friendly policies resulted in losing all my secure data, beyond recovery. Here’s what hapenned: 15.11.2016 – issues with logging in – Invalid… Continue reading LastPass Premium not worth it – beware of bad policies
What the hell am I talking about? Simple thing – if someone decided to write your biography, an article in the news or a movie about your life, how would you feel about it?
I was stuck in a routine last two weeks. Bad huh? No, the opposite. I like my routine. I own my routine, it doesn´t own me. I created it the way I like it and filled it with things I want to do. It´s MY routine. The word “routine” is almost always associated with a… Continue reading Routine
So you want to do Galapagos on your own? You should read my “Galapagos is not Disneyland” post first to make sure this is the right choice. It is? Great. No need to book anything in advance (I was there in September, not the main season), except the flight – booked just over a month… Continue reading Galapagos on your own
First, in case you are wondering why am I now writing a blog, after saying I won´t, there´s more on that on “About me” and each of the pages (with numbers) above. They also explain what this blog is about, so I won´t go into that here in much detail, in short, I need to slow the… Continue reading First two months on the road.