• If you wouldn’t do your job for free, its ok to carry on doing it.

    And have a peaceful mind and a happy life too A while ago LifeHacker articulated this title for some article: If You Wouldn’t Do Your Job For Free, Then Quit Sure, it sounds good for a headline, but in reality this is a really bad advice. Why? Well, consider the average person. Not only do they […]

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  • Be happy working on your own

    Easy, peasy but not measly I have heard among colleagues, and also among some people I follow online, a bunch of grumpy talk about how freelancing and independent work is doubtfully a progress, about how working from home makes you not leave the house at all, or about how hard it is to have a stable […]

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  • Ambiguity and corporate entrepreneurship

    I have seen the questions below being used as pre-interview questions. Here are some possible answers: What might be some possible actions that a leader can take to manage ambiguity? Well, how about a map reduce algorithm? 1. map the ambiguity sources to clarification procedures, which are basically steps to follow in order to eliminate […]

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  • Don’t run out of money

    Iced budgets are better than ice cream Walking on water and working by specification are possible if both are frozen. Edward V. Berard True but add frozen budgeting to the mix. In spending money, like in all the other areas of a project, you will find unexpected situations, situations that don’t conform to the original plan. When you […]

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  • The four words advice

    Most business advice is crap and i bet you must of thought that at some point too. If you are like me and you follow with pursuit almost any new information coming from sources such as TechCrunch, 37Signals and the likes, then you must have read already a dozen articles on how to do and how […]

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  • You better workbench!

    So, here is the point You can be a tribal citizen of the planet, one who has just been on the Internet for a couple of hours and I bet you’ll have learned this: success is not a straight line, mediocrity is. There are countless stories from ancient leaders, to modern self made industrialists, which you […]

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