Salute to my distant readers

As a blogger I do check the analytics of my (English) blog quite often, but I must admit I usually keep on the surface, not digging in the depth of what the analytic tools can reveal. Yet intrigued by the regular highlighting of India on my readers’ map, I checked the stats by country. To … Continue reading Salute to my distant readers

Updates, hassle and resistance to change

Anyone subscribing to an online service or apps has experienced the annoyance not being on familiar ground anymore after an update. When familiar elements get scrambled, our physical memory, i.e. knowing where to click, where to look or search and where to input is disturbed at best, rendered useless in the most severe cases. Our … Continue reading Updates, hassle and resistance to change

The 2020 top 10 Most Read Posts on my Blog

Month January is named after the double-faced roman god Janus, with one face looking back to the past and one face looking towards the future. More than 2,000 years ago, this metaphorical figure was probably already inviting to reflect on the past year and make resolution for the new one starting. For the first post … Continue reading The 2020 top 10 Most Read Posts on my Blog

Merry Christmas and all the best for 2021

This year, 2020, will not leave us with the best memories, thanks to the infamous coronavirus COVID-19, robbing us from our regular lives. Therefore, wishing a merry Christmas carries deeper meaning than just usual wishes. Christmas, for those who can responsibly gather with family and relatives will be a moment of refueling heart and soul … Continue reading Merry Christmas and all the best for 2021

The mighty COVID-19

Everybody is sick and tired hearing and reading about the infamous coronavirus COVID-19, yet nobody can ignore the tremendous ripple effect this virus has, disrupting the slightest things in our lives, despite its alleged moderate potential effects on our health. At least for rather young and healthy people. According to a STATISTA worldwide Survey dated … Continue reading The mighty COVID-19

Smiling because starting a job with a new company or because leaving the actual one?

In an article titled “My Personal Turning Point: Reflecting on a Decade as a Lean Coach” by Josh Howell, now president of LEI and posted January 14th, 2020, the author explains why he was smiling on a photo. It was not because of the prospective new job with LEI but because he was leaving his … Continue reading Smiling because starting a job with a new company or because leaving the actual one?

2018: one year of blogging in retrospect

At the moment of writing these lines, the year has 5 more days to go until 2019 and complete its fifth year of existence. The 2018 counter of views shows 89,670,  a 16.5% increase compared to previous year, thanks to 53,430 visitors. A still modest score, but I am working on it. I managed to … Continue reading 2018: one year of blogging in retrospect