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Laughing represents a positive and fulfilling experience. It makes us feel better because, in difficult situations, laughter provides us with the opportunity to take an emotional distance from what is happening, seizing a structure that enables us to perceive them as funny rather than tragic. An example? The famous quote by Oscar Wilde, who on […]
Peach Blossom Spring (Chinese: 桃花源), was a fable written by Tao Yuanming in 421 CE, it tells the story of a fisherman who, by chance, discovers an idyllic utopia where the people lead an ideal existence in harmony with nature, unaware of the outside world for centuries. The fisherman was warmly received by the hospitable […]
A good friend of mine, an experienced bookseller, one day recommended to buying this book. “Read it, you will find it interesting enough to use in your work, and you’ll recommend it to the readers of your blog”. He was absolutely right; I ate the book in one go and here I am writing a […]
Imagine a world as follows: When searching for a job, you discovered some job postings that include the phrases “recruiting-male” and “recruiting-female”; You did not pass the interview because you were identified as the mother of a three-year-old; You were denied as a police officer because your weight was too light; You return from three […]
This book is essential for anyone who wants to understand who we are and where we are going, drawing inspiration from the history of humankind. As you understand, we are not talking about minor issues. Sapiens, A brief history of humankind is the summary of an immense study conducted over the years by Yuval Noah […]
Before I tell you why it is in your interest to read this book, I would like you to answer a few questions: Why do we buy more from a kind and/or good-looking person than from one we do not find so pleasant? Why when someone invites you to dinner you feel obliged to return […]
Is it worth buying a worldwide best seller, which even today is influencing the way millions of people think? Before answering, it is important to know more about the book. In 1949, US Air Force aircraft engineer Captain Ed Murphy, observing the progress of some of his experiments, said: Anything that can go wrong, will […]
Here is a book that has deeply changed the way I observe change as well as accompany my clients to manage it. First of all, let’s ask ourselves: what is change all about? Change essentially means moving from one situation to another: the reorganization of a business department, a newly appointed general manager, a headquarters […]
Do you think I’m joking? I know, every time you hear the word “girl” in a title you become diffident. But this is not a joke and I am not going mad: because by reading this book, you will discover that actually the investment strategy followed by Warren Buffett, widely acknowledged as one of the […]
In office buildings during summer, have you ever seen an odd sight like this: female office workers wrapped up in blankets while their male colleagues wander around in summer clothes? If so, have you ever wondered why that is? Perez reveals that there’s the standard office temperature. In the 1960s, a formula for determining standard […]