Da biste potpuno razumeli paradoks o kome ću danas pisati, potrebno je da zamislite da imate prijatelja već 19 godina. To je porodični prijatelj i svako od vaših ukućana dobije barem jednom mesečno pismo od tog prijatelja. To nije baš prijateljsko, brižno pismo, neki bi rekli da je to ispostava računa za to prijateljstvo, no svakako možemo da računamo da četvoročlana porodica ima četiri takva pisma / interakcije mesečno. Potpuno je logično da taj prijatelj puno zna o vama (ipak je u pitanju 19 godina i mnogo interakcija, a da ne pominjemo da taj prijatelj ima konstantni uvid u vaše privatne podatke).
If you are in the WordPress world, I wrote a blog post which may be interesting for you. It explains why it is important to offer your clients the website maintenance as part of the business and how you can use ManageWP for that. You can read it at ManageWP blog. I hope you will enjoy it.
Have you ever asked yourself what do backups and Lamborghinis have in common? What are the typical reasons for WordPress backups to fail? How to make sure that your WordPress based business is safe, no matter what happens?
I wrote a blog post at ManageWP blog about that. Enjoy! 🙂
I was part of many meetings in previous years and actually most of these meetings were organized by myself. Unfortunately I am not able to say that all of these meetings were successful and well prepared. I found this infographic which may be interested to take place in your office and remind you and your colleagues how to organize effective & efficient meetings.
You’re greeted at the pearly gates to heaven by St. Peter who asks where you’d like to spend eternity.
“Well, heaven of course!” you say.
Peter replies: “You have to check out hell just to see what you think before you commit.”
Disappointed, you shrug but agree. And to your surprise, when the elevator doors open into hell, you see golden beaches, golf courses, gorgeous people mingling with colorful drinks. It’s not what you expected, but maybe heaven is even better, you think. So you take the elevator back up, but all you find there is a bunch of dull harp-playing on clouds. There doesn’t even seem to be anything great to eat.
You go back to Peter: “I didn’t think I’d ever say this, but I think I’d rather go to hell,” you say.
“So it shall be,” he says, and you head back down to start your new afterlife.
Only this time, when the doors open, you’re met with fire, brimstone and flowing lava.
“What is this?” you yell. “Where’s the beach? What happened?”
Your welcoming committee stares at you blankly: “Oh,” they say. “Yesterday we were recruiting you. Today you’re staffed.”
Ok, you finished your faculty and you are looking for your first job, or professional internship. So, what are you actually looking for? What are the key factors that influence your decision and your motivation?
Unfortunately, most of my friends don’t know to answer this question when I ask them. I tried to summarize my talks and recent experience.