If you want to say something, just say it

If you want to say something, just say it. Sounds repetitive and simple, yet how many time I wished I had this sentence sculpted into my brain so that I wouldn’t forget. I would have loved to have it sculpt in my brain that day when I said “Excuse me” to the passing-by man working…

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Three steps to a clearer communication

“I went to a workshop a few days ago and I was told if I wanted to step up my game with Instagram, I had to get in touch with hundred people every day. “How am I going to do that? I have family and a freelance job!” This was a new friend of mine…

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How To Make Dreams A Reality

As a freelance professional, I have the opportunity to work from home and many other places with a good wifi, nice coffee and an inspiring ambience. Office nomadism is part of the characteristics of my work and also a source of inspiration for the reflections on communication that I share through my newsletter. Which is…

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3 Books That Will Improve Your Communication Skills

In an unknown central city in Italy, an aspiring foreign correspondent is taking part in a conference. Listening, mainly, the experiences of established journalists who have fascinatingly travelled all over the world to narrate the stories of others. One of them mentions a name: Ryszard Kapuściński. The girl never heard that name before but surely,…

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Why You Don’t Need to Be an Extrovert to Be an Effective Communicator

Have you ever watched Scandal? It’s an amazing TV series centered around the White House communication director, Olivia Pope. She is bold, witty, straightforward and very effective on the job. But in her private life, she enjoys a glass of red wine, popcorn and some alone time at home. You can count her friends on…

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