Even if i grew up, even if i fell out with my life if you would come, i would change in (front of) your two eyes i would become a child once again, a child once again. Κι αν μεγάλωσα κι αν με τη ζωή μου μάλωσα αν ερχόσουνα, μες στα δυο σου μάτια θ’ άλλαζα θα γινόμουνα και πάλι παιδί, και πάλι παιδί.
Woot! My "yellowish" photos from "The Roof" opening are part of the Eleven Startup Accelerator announce at the Google for Entrepreneurs page: Special thanks to my special promoter Mihaelena Damianova :) On the sad side, with Anca Foster in our camp and the eleven team so close to Google, we managed to miserably fail and miss the golden chance to include StartUp Weekend Sofia in the "Google for Entrepreneurs Week" which conveniently started just when the Weekend ended. Hlip... Chris Georgiev how will we survive it?
Cómo decir que me parte en mil las esquinitas de mis huesos, que han caído los esquemas de mi vida ahora que todo era perfecto. Y algo más que eso, me sorbiste el seso y me decían del peso de este cuerpecito mío que se ha “convertío” en río.
Work is punishment
I keep wondering why so many people put up with bad workplaces, bad bosses and bad jobs. Why are many people desperately unhappy at work (up to 50% according to some studies) but accept this as normal? Here’s why: We’re carrying massive cultural baggage. Through much of Western history, there has been a sense that work is hard and unpleasant and that’s why we get paid to do it. This is expressed most clearly in Max Weber’s biblically-based work The Protestant Work Ethic, which was used by...