Month: May 2019

Burnout society in the digital ‘land of promise’?

When first talking about the idea of writing book recommendations on this site, I received very mixed comments. Some enthusiastic ones, referring to similar intentions, and some like they cannot wait to read them. Received warnings, as well, about the tendencies of people reading less and focusing on compact, easily accessible information, mainly in the …

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Something blue …

“Jeans represent democracy in fashion.” – Giorgio Armani “I want to die with my blue jeans on.” – Andy Warhol When looking for the topic of the opening post, and color of the month had already been decided, I was hesitating. Targeting professional women, the obvious choice would have been navy, and its place in …

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Dear Millennial Colleague,

Following up on your numerous or somewhat continuous requests for my feedback, please see this letter as a generic one to your precious attention. First of all, let me thank you for bringing new colours, new experience and very new problems to my business life, and keeping me almost constantly out of my – relatively extensive …

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Blue cheese ballad

Probably it was the toughest decisions of ours to insert gastronomy into the topics. Not because of the lack of interest or having doubts about the popularity of such contents, but the contrary. Given the overall profile of this site and the underlying concept, such as the targeted audience, we had serious complications to decide …

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BB, CC, DD … What is next?

“The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy.” ― Yves Saint Laurent We had just become familiar with the term ‘BB cream’, and the next level was introduced. The ‘CC cream’. But what do these terms stand for? Start with a little bit of theory. I intentionally do not mention …

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Dear Mr. Alwaysright

I hope you are doing fine. Thank you for your kind proposal, but – unfortunately – I am not in the position to accept your invitation for that dinner. Please accept my apologies. Hope to catch up later. Best regards. I wish we could leave it there…. I know that you will not. You will propose another …

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