Think globally, act locally
What sort of relationship would you like to have?
If you surround yourself with independent-minded people, you'll hear other people say surprising things will encourage you too, and to think of more
What are you curious about?
I hate feeling ignorant of something.
I don't pretend to be a genius, just curious.
At the moment, I'm optimising myself to learn and do more of what works better for people.
Constantly learning, failing and taking care
What topics come up in your conversations?
Mostly Healthcare, Sustainability, Cooking, Mental Clarity, Tech, Travels
What values do you believe in?
- Simplicity — I like to keep life, design, products, process and communication simple. Complexity is the enemy of success.
- Trust — Trust is an essential ingredient in any relationship to grow and be happy.
- Calm — A calm and focused work environment is what I need to be productive.
- Fun — Work, as a part of life, is supposed to be fun!
What books are you reading?
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What's inspiring you?
John Maeda: Designing for simplicity
The MIT Media Lab's John Maeda lives at the intersection of technology and art, a place that can get very complicated. Here he talks about paring down to basics.
Endel: Focus, Sleep, Relax
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Food for Soul
News Health through food at Refettorio Gastromotiva The team at Refettorio Gastromotiva is happy to welcome Danielle, professional nutritionist and valuable volunteer! Danielle has been helping the staff of the Refettorio to create nutritionally balanced lunch boxes for the guests, from the elaboration of the menu to their portioning.
10 Productivity Lessons From Benjamin Franklin's Daily Schedule.
Benjamin Franklin is best remembered as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, but he achieved much more in his lifetime. During Franklin's 84 years alive, he invented the lightning rod, made significant discoveries in physics and population studies, wrote best-selling books, composed music and played the violin, harp and guitar at a high level, founded many civic organizations, including the University of Pennsylvania, and much more.