It doesn't matter it is buried deep inside. Days or years, it doesn't matter. In the middle of the night, it speaks. When you are alone. Demanding your attention. Regret sings the song of melancholic shame in the dark starry night of your soul. And I'm here to tell you why you should listen. All … Continue reading The power of regret
Some metaphors are just bad. You are not a computer. Join me in this discussion of lifehacking.
Much has been said lately about inspiration. To inspire. "Good leaders inspire others!" "To lead is to inspire!" "Cultivating inspiration!" "Ten hacks to be inspirational!" The reason why everyone writes about inspiration, and how to be more inspirational, and how it is such a killer trait, is because YOU CAN'T BE INSPIRATIONAL AT A WHIM. … Continue reading Inspiration: don’t banalize a powerful word.
I'm in academia for ten years now. Many, many joyful, tearful and suckful experiences. Academia, for those that never got into it, it's a strange mixture of work, school and bar. You work a lot, learn a lot and drink and party a lot. As you would expect such an explosive mixture bear many gifts … Continue reading From spontaneous to structured and back: a journey in public speaking
Eu consigo lhe ouvir. Aquela sua parte que grita. É tão alto que eu consigo ouvir mesmo daqui, o seu crítico interno está insaciável dessa vez. Porque você quase conseguiu. Dessa vez você chegou tão perto, mas escapou pelos seus dedos. Aquele emprego. Aquela bolsa de estudos. Aquele relacionamento perfeito. Aquela oportunidade que nunca voltará, … Continue reading Droga! Dessa vez foi quase!
English version here. Você tem de ser estratégico. Não há outra maneira. As vezes, a rota mais curta para seu alvo é uma linha reta, mas nem sempre. Eventualmente você irá esbarrar em uma barreira que parece dura demais pra quebrar, alta demais pra escalar. É nesse ponto que talvez você recorra a visão de … Continue reading Seja estratégico!
I can hear you. That part of you that screams. Inside. It's so loud I can hear it across great distances, your inner critic is relentless this time. Because you almost got it. This time you got so close, but it slipped through your fingers. That job. That scholarship. That perfect relationship. That opportunity that … Continue reading Darn it! Almost got it.
The garage dream: three to five friends, who met on high school or college, start jamming on a garage, a producer happens to walk by or hears a poorly recorded demo founded with lunch money and falls in love with band. Money starts pouring in, tours happen and stardom simply knocks on the door. A … Continue reading The importance of treating your band as a team.