The day of tomorrow

How deep should you go with your learning process? As deep, as it sustains you to stay alive and to deal with the challenges you face. You know what? The problems are never-ending so far, maybe in the future people will live otherwise, but now we face daily new challenges. I always was in search of something that can give me the knowledge to guide me many years ahead, and I couldn’t find that in superficial books, so I searched for something different.

Go for books written by Victor Frankl, Stephen Covey, Carl Jung, Jordan Peterson, and more.

Our history can teach us how to deal with the future, and this idea was bizarre for me. It’s not that what happened can directly show us the future, but it can make us understand what we are capable and to understand how wrong we can be.

Knowing what could be wrong gives you the chance to plan for the best.
If you think that you made good progress in your learning, then you stopped, and you need to find new ways to expand your horizons.

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Thank you for been here, I hope you will come back to read the next post.

Hint: Never stop learning and being curious, search for answers and enjoy yourself.

Hackathon Media

So, I was this weekend to a media hackathon by invitation of a new friend Emil. It isn’t my first participation in such kind of events, but I gave it a try. I can start with the fact that the focus of the hackathon was on media and how to stop propaganda and fake/false news.

Thinking to local media results and the general situation in this informational niche I feel that we need more than that, but let’s be thankful for the small things that happen to us.

I was surprised that at this kind of events we had less good tech professionals than generalist or non-experienced at least in the business sphere. If we will take a look at the definition of the word;
”Hackathon – an event, typically lasting several days, in which a large number of people meet to engage in collaborative computer programming. or “a series of 48-hour hackathons to build new web and mobile services.”

My question is, why we did minimal programming? I think at least we need to discuss how to build our ideas and projects from the programming part, to have a plan and to know in which direction to work. Why do not bring more tech people and let them give us a tech solution to our ideas? Maybe this could work for the next events.

The overall impression is good because at this events we can meet people and share knowledge. I did practice my design skills and business thinking. We don’t know why, but our idea didn’t win, and we didn’t receive any appropriate feedback why. For the next events, I think its good to give the participants a feedback form where they can read constructive feedback on their projects. In this way, we can understand what to avoid next time and the solutions of the mentors.

My lesson is that its way much productive to generate ideas and to make them work before participating in this kind of events. Its easier to present a product that was tested and has a working business model. Make a plan, start research, do some testing and act until you create a product that helps someone and can be sustainable.

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Thank you for been here, I hope you will come back to read the next post.

Hint: Never stop learning and being curious, search for answers and enjoy yourself.

De ce este curat in parc ?

Cineva curata parcul zi de zi, cineva il murdareste zi de zi. De ce este curat ? Fiindca sunt mai multi acei oameni, care mentin curatenia.

Sunt mai multi acei care indiferent de situatie fac munca, care este nevoie sa fie realizata. Pentru aceasta ei sacrifica din dorintele personale si din placerea de moment, ei stiu ca daca vrei sa obtii ce iti doresti esti nevoit sa faci lucruri pe care le ai in plan.

Poate o sa spuneti ca este doar un parc. Insa principiul “parcului” se aplica asupra la orice doresti sa obtii.