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In any kind of creative work, it's easy to get sucked into the never-ending loop of improvements, what-ifs and perfectionism.

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Isn't it interesting, that we see that particular moment in year, a New Year's Eve, as a point of change?

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I really enjoy mentoring at work, and in my private projects. This is why I started my non-profit cooking website CookArr, to help busy, and sometimes inexperienced, cooks to gets inspired with simple, tasty cooking recipes.

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I believe there’s a certain threshold we pass when growing up. Perceiving the reality, material objects, and experiences as a shared domain of our loved ones and family, is what separates children from adults.

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Failing is part of the growth process, but there’s a trap many teams fall into: blaming.

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There was a study proving that the fastest way of using escalators is to simply stand on them, two people per step.

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When somebody deals with hardships, are you there? When they come with questions, do you bring answers?

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I believe we spend too much time trying to fit in, and please people around us.

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But you’re a fanboy, so your opinion doesn’t matter!—is the most common thing you will hear when discussing technology these days. I’ve been called an Apple fanboy, and console fanboy too.

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Story time: I was on a lookout for a new keyboard for my iPad recently, and so it happens, the model I wanted was sold out at Apple.

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