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The Power of Complementarity

No one is perfect. Neither you are. As soon as you accept that as the ultimate truth, your life will get much better. There is another truth as well – you are not the smartest guy in the world (ok, to be more precise, chances that you are are  0.00000000013514 (1 / 7,400,000,000). Anyway, it’s not such a sad fact at all.

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30 Days Blogging Challenge – Touchdown

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Are Successful People Born or Made?

Yesterday I was at the CEO Belgrade conference. One of the questions was “Are successful people born or made?” and I asked myself the same question.

Every person, and especially every entrepreneur, should embrace failure with open arms. It is only through failure that we learn. Many of the world’s finest minds have learned this the hard way. – Richard Branson

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5 Lessons Learned On Creating New Hire Onboarding

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Guide For New Employee Onboarding

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.”

Source – Employee Onboarding at Startups Is Broken – Here’s How to Fix It

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How to Organize Yourself with Trello

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The Best Way to Find Your Infographics

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How Human Attention Span Changed Through Time

The study, by Microsoft, showed the average human attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, or around the time the mobile revolution began, to eight seconds.
Goldfish, meanwhile, are believed to have an attention span of nine seconds. – Source

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Culture Talk Belgrade MeetUp

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Work Life Balance

“I spend most of my time thinking about how to connect the world and serve our community better, but a lot of that time isn’t in our office or meeting with people or doing what you’d call real work. I take a lot of time just to read and think about things by myself.” ―Mark Zuckerberg

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