Tag Archives: life
How will you measure your life?
Hey, this is a hard question! How will you measure your life? If you want to find hints to the answers of the following questions: First, how can I be sure that I’ll be happy in my career? Second, how can I be sure that my relationships with my spouse and my family become anContinue reading “How will you measure your life?”
The importance of the German language in German-speaking Europe
Authors: Lucas Migray / Sandra Santos The countries in the German-speaking Europe (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) are known for the fact that their inhabitants have good English skills. In fact, as a tourist you can get well around speaking only English. But what about the world of work? Today’s post is based on the experienceContinue reading “The importance of the German language in German-speaking Europe”
Note to Self
When Does a Work Mean Happiness?
Next week I will be taking part of a virtual classroom from a British philosopher, Alain de Botton. In his website, there are a lot of questions or considerations on subjects that might interest you as well, for example: “We have moved from devising tools for simple aspects of survival to tools that address ourContinue reading “When Does a Work Mean Happiness?”
80,000 hours or 40 years
This is the amount of hours or the number of years you will be probably working during your entire life. Have you thought about these numbers that will define your work life until you will be able to retire? If so, how should these hours be spent? Probably with joy, isn’t it? For some timeContinue reading “80,000 hours or 40 years”