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Are you challenged by having diligently followed a good number of recipes for happiness that have turned out to be unsuccessful? Do you have enough of the recommendations of psychologists, coaches, and life masters? Are you tired of being told to simply be yourself because there are no limits to the achievements you can reach? […]
When we talk about thinking, the first concept that comes to our mind is often related to critical thinking, the kind of thinking that allows us to make our own idea, find a solution to a problem or even make a judgment by analyzing facts and information inspired by logic and scientific evidence. However, there […]
Imagine the delight of passing a historical building while knowing about the stories of the residents. Architecture encompasses more than simply the design and planning of the constructed environment; it has a significant impact on our culture, our sense of self, and the surroundings in which we live. In 1927, Virginia Woolf released her article, […]
In everyday life, we encounter situations that often end up following recurring communication patterns: the staff member harassed by the boss, the alcoholic who does everything not to be rescued, the perpetually busy person happy to have no time to breathe-these are cases that we all have encountered at least once in our lives and […]
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 […]