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Azzurra Camoglio
My motto is a poweful quote I really love: "Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits". [Thomas Alva Edison,1847-1931]
My motto is a poweful quote I really love: "Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits". [Thomas Alva Edison,1847-1931]
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Eight questions that tell a lot about which kind of attitude you are going to showcase the next time you will screw up (because, well... at some point you will)
If someone is going to call you out when you screw up something or let someone down, how are you going to react? Are you going to take responsibility and to apologize? Are you going to make it about them and not about you? Are you going to try hard to make ...

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The visceral difference between "understanding" what diversity is and experiencing on your skin how does diversity actually "feel"
How would you feel if everybody but you would be invited to a party, in front of you? More than once? By many different people? Without them being worried at all about the gesture and the possible implications, both for you and for them? What would you thin...

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Why decluttering one's life, one day at the time, could be the most important thing you will ever do - Part 1. Digital minimalism
For some people, digital minimalism is related to a big digital detox once in a while after a stressful period or extra hours spent working hard on an important project, or it comes with checking the e-mails twice a day or on specific time slots planned in ...

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Why decluttering one's life, one day at the time, could be the most important thing you will ever do - Introduction
These days, clutter is everywhere. In most Western countries, the vast majority of people live a cluttered life, due to over-consuming, overspending, overbuying, and last but not least too many hours spent daily in front of computers, smartphones, TV, and t...

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"Happiness is made of..." The happiness inventory that should become your new reality check tool, perfect for good as well as for bad days
As I promised in this post about why keeping a gratitude journal can have a big impact on your life , today I am sharing with you my own "happiness inventory", a very special list I have been putting together in the last two years while counting my blessing...

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The gratefulness habit that can have a huge influence on your life and takes only ten minutes a day
"It’s not easy to go where you’ve never been". The sentence is apparently very plain and easy to understand, and yet reading it while taking care of a translation task somehow forced me to think about life, love, happiness, success, safety and satisfaction....

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Seven powerful quotes that can help you to embrace change, to love serendipity and to transform a bad day into a better one
Sometimes one is having a bad day. Or a bad hair day. Or a bad eyeliner day. Or a bad day at the office. Or a bad day for the sixth day in a row. Or one just gets lost in the ebb. There is any kind of bad days. They can be very different, and yet they have ...

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Between the Pareto principle and the butterfly effect, or how to use 15% solutions for taking ownership of your goals and ideas
Are you stuck while dealing with a project that matters to you and yet it looks like you are getting nowhere with it? No matter how much you would love it, you can't see some progress with your next goal? Every time that you think about your big idea, procr...

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Vegetarian and vegan-friendly Vietnamese restaurants to try out in Berlin, a good option for eating out even while suffering from celiac disease
Vietnamese cuisine is a feast for the eyes and thanks to the freshness of its ingredients, the big variety of flavors and the great abundance of places to try out in the city, it is very popular and well represented in Berlin. A good yin-yang balance of the...

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From Wonder Woman to Bruce Lee, or making a commitment to switch from warrior-mode to healed warrior-mode and why it matters so much
Who was your personal hero, when you were a child? Who was the role model you absolutely looked up to? I would like to be able to tell you that, when I was a child, my personal hero was Mother Teresa, or Florence Nightingale or Marie Curie. Or Karen Blixen,...
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