I remember a tale about an elderly person being on the death bed and sharing about his perception on changing the world. The tale goes like this, with our grandpa saying that at a young age he wanted to change the world but soon he realized that after several attempts it was not working, things … Continue reading 2 cents for a better future
Getting into the taxi. -Good morning! -Good morning! -Where to? -Arlanda airport, please. -We will take approx. 45-50 minutes due to the morning traffic, what time you need to be there? -I think we are good, this time should be alright. -The price is fixed for this travel, its this one. So you know what … Continue reading Stockholm travel diaries
The other day a good friend of mine from Mexico and I were having a conversation about future plans and what entreneurial ideas we have. Let's call him Juan. He got to share about a culturally focused project where youngsters would be encouraged to open up to new cultures and would learn new languages. He … Continue reading How much the socio-cultural environment limits us in achieving our dreams?
1. Istanbul is such a mix of everything good and bad you can think of. Culture, tradition, art, history, modernism, crowd, food, contrasts, religion and much more. It strongly reminds me of Mumbai, with a stronger flavor of Islamism and cleaner. The kind of city you love and hate in the same time. 2. I … Continue reading 12 facts on Turkey & why you shouldn’t visit it
Few activities can be as exciting as being a candidate yourself after dealing with candidates and their experiences as applicants on a daily basis. It's no big secret that nowadays people change jobs every 1,5-2 years and recruiters make no exception here. Personally it was such an experience to be in the shoes of the … Continue reading When the recruiter becomes candidate