by Alice Alessandri Marcello Ceccaroni is 45 years old and, young though he is, has risen to the role of Consultant in the Department of Gynecology at the Sacro Cuore Don Calabria Hospital in Negrar (Verona) thanks to his determination, dedication and…
The text of this article is taken from the best wishes message included in our now classic notebooks that once again this year we have proposed at Christmas time and has been enriched with boxes providing additional information on each key word, which can help you adopt a new approach for 2021.
While walking in the streets of Milan we came across an advertising poster of a well-known tailoring company, which said “A gentleman knows the value of time”. This expression made us think about an important issue: the value of punctuality. This healthy but often neglected habit, which Calvino described as necessary to social order, not only has the power of making our days more productive, but it can also add respect and elegance to our relationships. Here are some tips to learn how to be punctual and some of the resulting advantages.
Summer 2020 started with a mixture of impatient desire for payback and fear for what the following months would actually have in store for us. On the basis of these emotions, it seems that the majority of Italians opted for short journeys to rediscover the local beauties: a kind of holiday which is much the same as our fathers’, who “were just happy” to spend their holidays visiting their distant relatives, going for car trips or reading a good book under a beach umbrella. We believe that, after all, this might have been a good thing as slowdown, return to traditions and time spent with family can play a very important role in making us reappreciate our true essence and values, giving us the opportunity to literally see them in action and perhaps teaching us something useful about our jobs and our way of approaching the market! And that’s why…
The beginning of a new year can be a tough time. The perspective of 12 months of hard work and effort, to achieve goals that we feel are indeed distant from our true dreams and values could be very hurting. But are we sure that we need to renounce to them to have a wealthy and happy life? We asked Mary Gentile – professor at University of Virginia Darden School of Business
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