Duality Could Cut Us Off. Why Should We Choose Which Side We Are On?
Thinking outside the box: reasons has more than two faces
Exploring non-dual thinking to overcome cultural differences globally, fostering understanding of others’ perspectives for neutrality in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict


November 11, 2023

Dualism Might Isolate Us. Why Should We Choose Which Side We Are On?

Why sarcasm is hurtful while irony sparks connections Imagine a workshop scenario with an experienced manager, a group of newcomers, and an intern. The experienced supervisor has conceited manners, and his behavior borders on narcissism. At the end of the explanation of the assignment, he dismisses the group. Then the intern asks a question, unrelated […]


October 30, 2023

Beware Sarcastic People: They Aren’t Funny nor Smart

The surprisingly positive impact of mistakes Can a supermarket’s ad spot divide a Country? In Italy it’s possible, but there’s more than one lesson to learn. I don’t know if it’s the same all over the world, but in my country, private companies are often facing competition with politically endorsed ones. For example, in the field […]


October 11, 2023

The Peach of Discord: a Commercial Ad’s Unexpected Lessons on Values

GLI SCHIERAMENTI E L’INTERPRETAZIONE DEI SONDAGGI I social, si sa, sono interessanti finestre aperte sull’opinione pubblica. Ci sono i pubblicatori compulsivi, con diversi post al giorno, che ripostano qualsiasi informazione, notizia o opinione che corrisponda al loro pensiero, o alla loro indignazione. Ci sono i parsimoniosi, che postano solo quando ci tengono a condividere qualcosa. […]


February 22, 2023

Da Che Parte Stai?

How following tips might be a débacle Do you want a tip for extra visibility? Don’t follow any tips. Here is my story: as many, if not all, writers on Medium I tried to get many views and hunt the unicorn of “finding organic followers”. It’s not only a matter of feeling like a popular […]


January 11, 2022

I Wrote an Article Which Had Almost Zero Views. Dear New Writers, Don’t Do the Same.

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.

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?

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?