Balance of buying and selling

You need to be a glass-savvy, collector, or at least have bought some glasses, to be a good glasses seller.

You need to be a glass-savvy, collector, or at least have bought some glasses, to be a good glasses seller.

If you decide to buy cheaper products or services or not to buy something because you cannot afford it at the time, it is understandable. One should have priorities given their other needs. I somehow notice people who decide to rarely buy regardless their actual needs and capacity to afford some important things. Continue reading

LinkedIn disaster

Recently notice, LinkedIn offered me an automatic invitation by synchronizing all the contacts in my e-mail list and smartphone. Somehow, I thought that was a bad idea. But I also thought that it would be too exhausting to sort the contacts manually. So I was in a dilemma between pressing Proceed or Cancel. Continue reading

Juhi Kalia

Juhi Kalia, smart and beauty in the same body

Juhi Kalia, smart and beauty in the same body

This is creative woman I silently admire. Juhi Kalia. Don’t be mistaken with her beauty. She’s very experienced and (unfortunately) not young anymore. She started all of this since 20 years ago as a writer. Now, she is a respected Art Director. Continue reading

Lesson I learn today

A lesson

A lesson

Even in business, the young and brilliant Founder of Buffer stated that one of their primary culture is identifying who has taker and giver mentality. “No company would essentially survive even if there’s just one or two team members wanting to dominate or using the company for their own benefits. Selfishness always betrays success in the long run. We can tell who’s taker, who’s giver. What grows an drives a business is sincerity and team work, not power, not money.” Continue reading