Recently I took part to a course by Calea Victoriei Foundation in Romania. We had some tasks, the final one being to make our own mandala. Find out below what my drawings were.
On the 26th of May 2009 I took part at the Anti-Crisis Retail Strategies conference at InterContinental Hotel Bucharest. This blog post is about my thoughts on the conference. The presentations in Romanian are available for download on the Retail360 web site (and the links beside each presentation also work; I also made links to other information on the speakers, check out the links below).
On the 5th of June 2009, I took part to the Young Entrepreneurs (Tineri Antreprenori) conference. Find out below my impressions on that.
I’ve read in the winter of 2008 an article about getting to be a genius: “You too can be a genius (if you can spare 10,000 hours)” (Daily Mail).
I kept thinking about that article, and I want to share it with you. Here come my thoughts on this article.
In this blog post, I’ll show you a presentation I held this week-end, regarding the structure of a web site (related to the keywords). The basic idea of this blog post: if you have a set of keywords to optimize a web site for, how would you structure the information on the web site? Find out below.
This week-end I took part to a public speaking seminar. For more details on the seminar, see this blog post: “How would I make a presentation on the structure of a web site regarding keywords?” What did I take home? 1. I should avoid moving my legs that much at a presentation (stand still for once); 2. I should work on the way in which I watch my audience (I have a tendency to only look at a few persons); 3. A presentation with a clear structure: introduction, contents, ending, is easier to follow (mine didn’t really follow this).
We often see this happening in life: we have a pattern of thinking, others have a different pattern of thinking. What happens when the two collide? How do we solve the difference?
What tips would I give to an event organizer?