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Hi, I'm Simon from Copenhagen, Denmark.
I'm 31 years old, graduated from Copenhagen Business School in 2020 where I studied a Bachelor in Economics & Business Administration and a Master in Applied Economics & Finance and have worked as a business controller in a company since then.
Hi everyone. Excuse the pessimism, but I hope we're both worthy of what I hope this forum REALLY is and what I am aspiring and working to be.
I'm a 52-year-old Canadian, living in Japan and working as an English teacher. I work the minimum hours required to meet my expenses while pursuing my...
Is this just another productivity thread that lasts 3 posts and stops dead in its tracks (I've been guilty of that)? If that's what you're looking for, this ain't it.
Let me just give you a slight run down of my life before I continue on because I don't want to deviate from the actual meaning...
I wanted to share with you an article about our creative genius, how to bring it back.
How to re-think like a 5yo problem solving child.
I think the article is interesting for those who ask "How to bring value?"
We are born creative geniuses and the education system dumbs us...
I really love what this guy is saying. He's kind of telling it like it is about Entrepreneurs and Creatives. Also how the educational system is designed for factory workers. I just thought it was a good conversation.
Around a year ago, I quit my job and embarked on the journey of a graphic design freelancer with the idea of moving further along the sliding scale:
intern > employee > freelancer > consultant > services > products
After a rough start and a sudden take-off, the summer break has shaken up my...
Remember that guy in Forrest Gump that followed Forrest as he was running across the country and all of a sudden Forrest stops, turns around and says "I think I'll go home now" and that guy freaks out and shouts "NOW WHAT ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO???"
Don't be "Running on Empty" (Jackson Browne)...
For the last year or so, I've been working, saving, and reading every chance I've gotten. Making what I thought were the right moves, I've bought and sold small things, sticking the profit directly into my savings account. I've been engaging my city a bit more and looking for ways to improve a...