Podcasts are a source to continue learning for me. I'm definitely a big fan of them. A week ago I was invited to do an episode of Funboat Diplomacy, a podcast and website about people, places, and living.
"Our tribe is finally forming and expanding" he said as I started nodding and thinking how fortunate we've been to find some great people whose mentality and personality are similar to ours.
Life is definitely better when we give our best because we will feel a greater satisfaction no matter what the results are in the end. At least that's what I tell myself every day. Give your best and don't look back at what could've happened if...
Life is about taking challenges and approaching them as you would with opportunities.Not everything will make sense at first, but I believe that with time things do connect and will make perfect sense when looking backwards. It's like connecting the dots.
It's been a great yet tiring week of amazing work... running around everywhere, supporting in whatever was needed and wanted, and going above and beyond.
No matter how many times we see each other or we say, "see you soon" with a hug, it will never get easier with time.
It's been over six months since I took my last college's final exam, but that feeling of walking in the graduation commencement representing Venezuela and having some of my loved ones at AT&T Park in San Francisco during the ceremony was one of the nicest and proudest moment in my life.
Have you ever heard about the first 100 days rule for a leader? Did you know that it was first implemented by U.S President Franklin Roosevelt during the Great Depression? Nowadays, the first 100 days rule is a must for organizations’ top management and executives.
Ever since I went to Lands End Trail for the first time some years ago, it has definitely been one of my favorite places in San Francisco. It has basically everything for a relaxing day - a simple hiking trail, friendly people and doggies, and a gorgeous view throughout the entire trail.
I've always been curious when it comes to careers and hobbies. And most of the times curiosity leads to fresh and interesting conversations like the one I had a couple of weeks ago when I had the opportunity to meet Reiko Muranaga, a San Francisco Traditional Oil Painter. Before meeting Reiko in person, I heard … Continue reading My Insight to Art — Reiko Muranaga