Cubicles in the workplace

Cubicles in the workplace

Loosely based on a short story by Jacob Morgan about the cubicles, the invention as applied to companies and work spaces, I took the time to write a few thoughts. The cubicle was an invention by Robert Propst in 1967, started with the goal of solving a whole range of...

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Linear thinking

Linear thinking

Whenever we abandon an activity to do another we waste personal energy, and we disconnect ourselves from the source. Common sense also tells us that we waste time and the connection-disconnection in all its forms (colleagues who interrupt us, wild multi-tasking or...

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Monkey mind AKA mind wondering

Monkey mind AKA mind wondering

The mind-wondering is a very common and everyday experience where the focus is "detached" from the external environment by immersing the person in a stream of mental activity is not relevant to what you're doing. The main question is: what's going on in our heads?...

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Happiness is a skill

Happiness is a skill

Happiness is a skill that can be learned. You can learn the steps you need to acquire it, you can cultivate it, you can take all the benefits. All that you need is practice and determinations. It is NOT something that happens without a reason. And above all IT IS...

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Physical Laws and Digital Laws

Physical Laws and Digital Laws

We are inevitably linked to the physics and conditioned by principles of Newton as well as physically, as obvious as it is, even mentally. We are used to think and move in a world in which there are physical laws that govern our actions and through which we expect...

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Be Yourself

Be Yourself

Be yourself. Are you a naturally collaborative person who likes to riff on other people’s ideas? Do you think more clearly when you’re in jeans and sneakers? Then why apply to a work at a company with a strict hierarchy, cubicles, and a dress code? It might seem okay...

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