Sometimes books are simply waiting for you to open them. I thought Never Split the Difference would strengthen my negotiation skills. What I could not expect is that it would change the whole framework I was using to look at … Continue reading On Black Swans and Emotions: A Different View on Negotiation
A special kind of inner joy gets released when you connect with new ideas. This is why when I found myself not only marking certain passages but even writing enthusiastic comments aside I decided I would lately write about this … Continue reading One Powerful Idea from Predictable Revenue by Aaron Ross
Imagine sitting in a meeting room, at the top floor of the headquarter of a large tech company, in California, and having their Chief UX designer explain you how they make it. I would’t possibly find a better metaphor to … Continue reading 3 Powerful Insights from Indistractable by Nir Eyal
I am constantly looking for new ways and approaches to improve my Lithuanian. Learning any language is ultimately the best way to feel part of a community and a culture: this is why I find the Lithuanian Dream Podcast to … Continue reading Lithuanian Dream Podcast or How Does Lithuania Sound in English?
When my adventure at Elsis PRO started a new word came into my vocabulary all of a sudden and that is “scrum”. Scrum is an agile framework used for software development, based on the idea that a long trip to … Continue reading Alexander Hardt: Where the Scrum Framework Can Guide You?
Il marketing nel B2B mi ha sempre incuriosito. Forse perché quando devo spiegarmi cos’è il marketing ricorro a metafore semplici, fatte di prodotti e consumatori. Tempo fa sono finito su questo articolo di Stefano Gelmetti, che si occupa proprio di … Continue reading Capire il Marketing nel B2B con Stefano Gelmetti, Head of Channel Marketing in Ricoh Italia
When I was around ten years old, I loved to sit near my father and watch Italian Political talk shows. That was a bit weird if not precocious but nothing strange if you think that my grandfather, around the same … Continue reading My Biggest Challenge with Lithuanian Language
Years ago, I had the chance to contribute to this amazing project. The mechanism behind Vaikų svajonės is simple but brilliant: publish a very special Christmas list where every child’s gift stands as a puffy cloud together with their name and … Continue reading Hacking For Charity: The Inspiring Story of Vaikų svajonės
This month has always meant something special to me. In one within the last 29 Septembers: My Erasmus in France started, I’ve taken part to the exam where I was selected to attend my University, My wife arrived to Italy … Continue reading September
Iuri Merlini is an awesome member of Italian Linkedin community. He is a Telecommunication Engineer (with a Master in Corporate Finance) who spent almost ten years in one of the Big Five (PwC), but this is not the reason why … Continue reading The Fabulous Story of Mr. TiraMEESOO