What I Have Learnt from Brian Tracy’s Exercise

The 20th of June every year is the international day of productivity. Motto: “God, please give me the power to change what I can, accept what I can’t, and the wisdom to know the difference.”      What do you change when something doesn’t fit? The external reality, or territory, causes particular problems for each… Read More What I Have Learnt from Brian Tracy’s Exercise

The Ethics of Fair & Conferences for Professional Participants

  “– Man, you’ve got a face… You should look in the mirror… You’re scaring away the customers! – Which customers?“ (True dialogue at a so-called business fair in 2006) Fair. Exhibition. Conference. Meeting. Forum. Congress. White paper session. Public contest. Festival. Niched Clubs. Experiential school. Case studies contest. Business simulations. Circle meetings. A few… Read More The Ethics of Fair & Conferences for Professional Participants

What Can Vendors Get Away With Under Amazon Warranty?

This article has multiple purposes. It will: support your understanding of some principles that might be helpful if you use technology provide a case study for consumer experience support you understand one of the reasons I have been delayed lately. Please read with attention to fully understand this article’s context and purpose.   The context… Read More What Can Vendors Get Away With Under Amazon Warranty?

The Difference Between Image and Identity and How They Matter in Positioning

What’s the difference between image and identity in personal branding? Starting from the positioning that NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) should take to differentiate from psychology, as soon as an NLP specialist directly competes with a psychologist positioning himself as a psychologist but offering NLP services, this is not just a disservice made to himself or to his clients that he misleads,… Read More The Difference Between Image and Identity and How They Matter in Positioning

The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

On every 20th of June, we celebrate the international day of productiveness! But, on the other hand, concentration is, on the one side, ”the glue that holds together” speed reading and memorizing: in the absence of concentration, nothing of what we read could we manage to remember, nothing of what we do could have the… Read More The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part II

Hello! I started writing about an exciting topic: which values ​​are NOT needed for success … against popular beliefs that some might have. I’m doing a little recap of the first part, which you can read here. 1. Not to be laughed at. 2. The fear of making mistakes. 3. The fear of criticism. 4.… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part II

Between Acknowledgement and Gratitude

21 September is World Gratitude Day. Semantic Differences ” Acknowledgement” (recunoaștere in Romanian) comes from the Latin” recognitionem”. The corresponding verb is” to acknowledge”. The corresponding adjective is” acknowledged”. ” Gratitude” (recunoștință in Romanian) comes from the French” reconnaissance”, whose root is” naissance” and contains the derivative” conaissance”. The corresponding verb is “please, satisfy”. The… Read More Between Acknowledgement and Gratitude

The Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

When you have a team of people working in task-oriented activities, such as specific projects requiring phases and deadlines, it’s essential to use a few necessary tools. Intrinsic motivation is the one that makes people act on their own initiative. It makes them happy and proud to be working on a particular project or for… Read More The Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

The Psychological Leadership Games and the Pathology of Mistrust

In the organizational environment and not only, mistrust is also felt in various forms, most likely due to the creative ways in which those who think it has been abused in the past, especially by persons in formal positions of superiority or authority. In my opinion, the biggest problems of the lack of trust are… Read More The Psychological Leadership Games and the Pathology of Mistrust

The Image or the Brand

The correct identification of the image Skills are made up of behaviors and language. Attitudes and values are divided into behaviors and language. Identity is divided into attributes (values). The image is also divided into attributes (values). Personal branding, as an area, to be found where psychology, personal development, and (significantly) marketing interfere, aims to align identity with the image. In other… Read More The Image or the Brand

The Contribution, Between Generosity and Saviour Complex

It is said that, before starting to contribute, it is essential that you build something for yourself as if satisfying the need to contribute competes against one’s own needs. For those who haven’t had a representation of the balance between satisfying other people’s needs and their own needs, or a balance to wholly and entirely… Read More The Contribution, Between Generosity and Saviour Complex

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part IV. Time Management. Image. Communication.

Welcome! I continue today a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these” manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part IV. Time Management. Image. Communication.

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part III. The Applicability of What You Learn.

Welcome! I continue today a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these” manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part III. The Applicability of What You Learn.

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part II. The Learning Experience

Welcome! I continue today a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these” manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part II. The Learning Experience