Yesterday I saw a group of teenagers in bikes trying to get out of our community. They didn’t have a key to open the gate.
Are you the one who laughs or the one who discreetly tell… -“You should check your fly.” How would you feel at a party after
-“What do you know about Zillow? Shall I advertise with them?”, My agent asked when in the office. -“I just came from a training and
Soccer… It was a cold rainy afternoon in Don Torcuato, the town I spent my teenage years. My parents thought it was a good idea
How many times you read this on job postings? -“Certainly, a lot.” I know it from firsthand, years of experience is overrated.(Read: https://www.facebook.com/miorito/posts/438711106615957). On my second
I find annoying when I go with my family to a restaurant and I see on the table next to us, a family of four
When I was a micro controller programmer, I had to debug systems all the time. The debugger system allowed me to execute the program step
Today everything seems to be a challenge. Bootcamps, quests, marathons, fun-a-thons and so on. What is it that make challenges so attractive? I used to
Tommy Baker in the 1% Rule book(https://joinurban.info/2018/09/13/the-1-rule/) introduces the concept of deep work. He means large chunks of time of uninterrupted focused work. Typically 25-50 minutes
Leyendo la definicion en Ancient History Encyclopedia, “el principio del yin y el yang es que todas las cosas existen como opuestos inseparables y contradictorios”.