3 Ideas For Designing a Life Where You Use Your Creativity to Make a Massive Impact on Others

It doesn’t take much to live a great and original life. Nowadays, people often associate it with quitting the corporate job to travel the world, building an 8-figure business, mastering five languages, accumulating a massive online following, or building some sort of good-cause charity. Truth is, it’s about none of that. At its core, living… Continue reading 3 Ideas For Designing a Life Where You Use Your Creativity to Make a Massive Impact on Others

The Construction of Disneyland

In 1932, Walt Disney considered building a family park on a vacant 16 acre plot directly across the street from his studios. Unfortunately the idea was turned down by the City of Burbank. That, however, didn’t discourage him to further elaborate his ideas over the next decades. By the late forties, the concept of what… Continue reading The Construction of Disneyland

Leonardo da Vinci’s Sala delle Asse in Milan Italy

Here’s my guide to Leonardo da Vinci’s Sala delle Asse fresco. It’s housed in the magnificent Castello Sforzesco in Milan Italy. The fresco is one of Leonardo’s lesser know works. But it’s his largest painting. The fresco is just as magnificent as Leonardo’s other masterpieces. And even more unique in its decorative program. Sforza Castle… Continue reading Leonardo da Vinci’s Sala delle Asse in Milan Italy

Signs You’re Secretly An Introvert

1. You find small talk incredibly cumbersome. TAKAKOWATANABE VIA GETTY IMAGES Introverts are notoriously small talk-phobic, as they find idle chatter to be a source of anxiety, or at least annoyance. For many quiet types, chitchat can feel disingenuous. “Let’s clear one thing up: Introverts do not hate small talk because we dislike people,” Laurie… Continue reading Signs You’re Secretly An Introvert

How to win your customer’s head and heart

Customers are the lifeline of any SaaS business. Without paying customers, businesses growth comes to a halt and capital eventually runs out. Burnout becomes evident and staff morale goes down. You can therefore understand why having paying customers is crucial to the growth and sustainability of any business. Getting customers is easy, but how do… Continue reading How to win your customer’s head and heart

10 Ways to Make Monday a Day to Get Excited

  Mondays. Whether your work week begins on an actual Monday or whatever day of the week your work “Monday” is, shifting our mindset to look forward to this day plays a significant role in the overall quality of our everyday lives. Originating from the Middle English word monedai, from Old English mōndæg, contraction of mōnandæg “Monday,” literally “day… Continue reading 10 Ways to Make Monday a Day to Get Excited