A new vision on things – or, how I stopped organizing and loved the bomb

I haven't posted in a while because lately, the whole purpose of this blog - organizing your life, having a clue about where you want to be - seemed to fade for me. I realized that, at this moment, this perspective might be doing me more harm than good. Perhaps, for me, it's time to organize ...

How to be a better communicator: be aware.

I'm conducting a series of 4 trainings on communication (although I'm not a full time trainer: it just came out that way). And I'm not an expert on communication or building relationships either. Heck, I would even say that is one of my weak areas. But I guess at a certain stage I decided I ...

10 Common Sense Lessons from the Corporate world

I've recently started recognizing people (outside work environment) who work in multinationals. They have a certain way of behaving and, of course, personal idiosyncrasies (or as we say it in Romanian, "pitici", or "stoluri"). On the other hand, there are some valuable lessons I've learned, some not yet mastered, while working almost 6 years for corporations. ...

Leadership – moving from chaos to trust

I know, ashes on my head, I haven't written in a while. But it was for good reasons - I've been on an management training. Perfect weather, chilly, windy and rainy; great people, who didn't speak much to each other for the first two days, after which they/we danced frantically in a pub until ...

How to get your social life organized

This is a guest post from my friend Eduard Ezeanu, who is a communication coach with an attitude-based approach. He also writes on his blog, People Skills Decoded. Most people find the whole concept of organizing your social life odd. Organizing your business life makes sense, organizing your files makes sense, but why would your deliberately ...