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
Metaprograms, by definition, are dynamic and not static. They are dynamic in several forms: They are found in different combinations from individual to individual, and the extent to which this happens varies over time; they are found in different cultural characteristics from civilization to civilization, and the extent to which this happens varies over time, as… Read More The Dynamics of Metaprograms
Metaprograms, on which I wrote an introductory article, are unconscious filters of human perception, according to which we sort information, and can be found deep in the subconscious. They show us how we prefer to think, feel and communicate, offering a set of criteria for sorting and organizing information. By finding ways to elicit these criteria,… Read More What Do Knowing and Understanding Metaprograms Help Us With?
At one point, a woman comes to an ophthalmic center and buys a pair of eyeglasses for her husband. Then, two weeks later, she returns and says: “Thank you, they are no help; he still doesn’t see things as I want him to!” Probably many of you know the phrase, “Before you take the speck… Read More The Specks in Other People’s Eyes Have Different Colours for Each
Once upon a time, as many other times back then, there was a little puppy named Fido. He was small, but he was going to grow up fast. That’s why he and other puppies were sent to a particular school, where he would learn how to behave to become better friends and supporters of people.… Read More The Puppy School
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
Every January much is written about personal development and meeting one’s goals: what to do, how to do it, and how to color your lists of resolutions. After two months of the year, everyone has returned to their senses: those who have written down resolutions to forget them have returned to their favorite activities, and… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part I.
Customize! Many of us live under the impression that there are certain “types of people” that we get along better with and others that we don’t get along with. But, in fact, we like those who are like us or those who are as we wish we were. Precisely for this reason, the objectivity of… Read More How to Speak Everyone’s Language
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
Specific research tends to prove that men have a slight advantage regarding intelligence compared to women, which increases with age. At the same time, when it comes to stupidity, men are absolute champions both in numbers and in intensity, as this research shows (here, here) So, to draw an oversimplified and non-scientific conclusion, men have… Read More How to Make a Scientific Comparison Between Men and Women in Terms of Intelligence and Stupidity