If you read this, then you personally or professionally know me pretty well, and it doesn’t matter if we talk in English, Romanian or Italian. I just wrote it in English because I know you’ll understand it. I don’t usually like to talk about my problems (or publicly express my emotions about them). Still, I… Read More How It Feels to Live With a Chronic Tooth Infection
May 8th is international free trade day. I will give you 4 examples of films based on reality proving that the USA is not a free market. Food, Inc. (2008) Nominated for best documentary feature at the Oscars and Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary by the Directors’ Guild of America, this brilliant production is… Read More American Threats to the Free Market
– The man who has more keys is more powerful! – So said the janitor. We do business in a market where an often encouraging message to young freelancers seems to be:” get YOUR practice into your own hands”,” get NOW what you deserve”. Thus, self-confidence seems like the key to getting external recognition. Sometimes,… Read More 5 Other Mind Traps That Marketing and Sales Entrepreneurs Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free!
I sometimes find it funny to compare urban myths from the last century with the trends of the new millennium regarding the economy and the perspectives of the labor market. (keep reading ↓) Graphic copyright © Diana Andreea Bădrăgan, 2017 1. They say that a job as an employee is” safe”. This myth was valid in… Read More 7 Myths about Jobs
Let’s say that you are the client of a renowned coaching school with tens and hundreds of clients, and its presentation blew you away. You don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give these professionals a chance to put you on the right track to success. Congratulations! Here are 10… Read More 10 Things That the Coaching Trainer Hasn’t Told You
Let’s say that you are the client of a renowned coach who enjoys confidence and acknowledgment and has a very cool web page. You don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give a chance to this professional to fulfill your psychological and emotional needs involved in the process. Congratulations! Here… Read More 10 Things That an Experienced Coach Hasn’t Told You
Let’s say you are the client of a coach who is excited about his/her new career. However, you don’t really know what to expect. You want to grow personally and give this young man/woman a chance to fulfill your psychological and emotional needs involved in this process. Congratulations! Here are 10 things you haven’t considered… Read More 10 Things That Your Beginner Coach Hasn’t Told You
Motto: “We are… the un-proud non-possessors of objects whose chief substance is that of the transient symbol. So our Puritan fear of the love of things turns out to have been groundless after all, for we do not love or even possess them: they pass through our lives as barium passes through the digestive tract,… Read More Plea for Branding in the Disneyland Civilization. Part I. The Companies
What the PR person does The public relations activity is made up of the work performed by the PR person/ team to: get documented regarding facts and check the source of information employing one’s own research work; research and segment the audiences, profoundly knowing their way of thinking, speaking, and expressing themselves; prepare the communication… Read More Why Public Relations Are Not Marketing
Working as a marketer for freelancers and entrepreneurs can sometimes be very interesting because you have different opportunities. Such an opportunity is to find out that many of those offering, especially personal services, are looking for clients who are just like them. For example, the coach might be interested in having the kind of customers… Read More The Same Kind of Different As Me
By the end of the live tweeting for the event, I had reached 400 tweets. It’s not a lot, but it’s a round number. I’m at Webstock, one of the year’s hottest events, gathering big names from the Internet industry in Romania. This is my first live blogging experience from morning to evening. I’ve been… Read More Live Blogging at Webstock 2010
[later edit: even though it’s obvious the figures in this post are not evergreen, the principles stated are the same] According to imobiliare.net, a 2 rooms apartment can be bought in Cluj-Napoca for 22.000 euros and in Hunedoara for 12.000 euros. A studio (garsoniera) can be purchased with 6000 euros in Iasi and with 10.000… Read More If You Think Too Well, Don’t Think Too Much!
I believe if in the XXth century, the new form of illiteracy did not know how to operate a computer, in the XXIst century, the new form of illiteracy is not knowing how to use new media. So there are two forms of thinking about communication: The traditional marketing & PR vs. the new… Read More New Media (vs) PR? – The Flea Circus Illusion
[Note: All the articles linked in this post are from business portals in Romanian.] I’ve been asked what other benefits there are in the Romanian HR market besides insurance. I admit in my mind, “benefits” rimes with “insurance”. Even for companies, besides the legislation. Things would have changed if this had been the situation before… Read More The Romanian Market of Compensations and Benefits
I’ve been participating in the last three months in the screenplay writing classes [en, blog] recommended by Cinemagia [ro, html]. So I thought I could share with you some of the things I have learned and some conclusions I could get. First, talking to some Romanian experts (being private conversations, I’ll not name them), there… Read More Show, Don’t Tell