The importance of burning ships Everyone on Medium and other platforms keeps on telling that you should never give up your job for a side-hustle. At least, you shouldn’t do it, until your side-hustle pays off. Despite it’s certainly a wise suggestion, I did it: I quit my job. And I do not even have […]


February 8, 2022

Who’s Nausicaa?

How adapting to the new rules will save our peace of mind, and even our own life. Even if I were arriving from Mars, I think I would know what our lovely planet has gone through in the past two years. My Country has been particularly hard hitten by the pandemic, and we paid a […]


January 2, 2022

Resilience Is What We Need in The Next Year. Again.

World Kindness Day made me think about the origin of kindness On November the 13th it was International Kindness Day. Every day we have something to celebrate, or think of, and even a topic for our posts. I find some of these International Days are a bit funny; for example, the UN calendar shows a […]


November 1, 2021

Do Kind People Belong to a Special Ancestry?

Learning from someone does not mean to look like them On October the 27th it will be “national mentor day” in the US. This date made me think about all the mentors I met in my life: some of them just dropped in as school teachers, someone else was chosen as a business mentor. About […]


October 23, 2021

Do You Want to Look Like Your Mentor?

Feeling home is not always related to a place A couple of days ago, Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp have been down for some hours, and in real-time Twitter was full of memes about the social networks’ blackout. One of my favorites was showing the icons of Instagram and Whatsapp, with the sentence “I should be […]


October 7, 2021

What Can We Learn from Nostalgia?

As a non-native speaker, I am experiencing a curious feeling Some days ago I recorded a voice message to a friend of mine. As I am Italian and my friend is English and he doesn’t speak my language, I sent it in English. I am not sure if it is common, but I always listen […]


September 24, 2021

Are We Changing Our Tone, If We Write In English?

Etymology could help us to understand why I am lucky enough to have a lot of friends, and I am not that lucky to suffer from anxiety. These two facts might seem unbound, but they are not. Let me start with my anxiety. Some years ago, I faced my first panic attack. So, I went […]


September 13, 2021

Maybe We Should Stop Using Clinical Words to Describe Our Emotions

Spoiler: it has to do with a sense of power I read “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod around one month ago, and as everyone who read it, I was challenged to apply the routine for one month. For those who haven’t (yet) read it, I sum up the content in a broad outline. Hal […]


August 22, 2021

What I Learned in 30 Days of Miracle Morning

Being a mass should increase our self-confidence Every newborn baby is exactly this: new. If they are lucky enough, their parents are accepting them as a gift, placing their faith in the certainty of their unique, wonderful baby.Especially if we are only children of loving parents, we grow up with this feeling of uniqueness: we […]


August 17, 2021

We All Feel Unique, but We Are 1 in 7.5 billion

Are Great Events Matching Marketing and Communication? Am I a marketing master? No. Am I a top-notched communication expert? No way. That said, the lessons of the past few months were so clear, that even I was able to catch them. Let’s start from the beginning: Italy has lived one of the most terrible moments, […]


July 30, 2021

4 Lessons I Learned from a Totally Different Field