We’re in control

Taking ownership and holding myself accountable is the best I’m experiencing.

If you take a job and don’t get along with your boss, just quit YOU’RE IN CONTROL.

If the internship is not worthwhile and you’re doing it just to make your cv look good, just quit YOU’RE IN CONTROL.

When you start holding yourself accountable everything changes. You suddenly become in control of your choices and your life. Everything is down to you, your failures and successes. If you don’t like what you’re doing and the lifestyle you’re having, maybe taking ownership of your choices will help see things from a different perspective.

I’m in charge of my life and I like it this way.

Happy Easter everyone!

Going from a pan to a degree!

Moved to London in 2013 and started cleaning pans, graduated with a marketing degree in 2017.

I would like to share ten tips for anyone who is moving abroad and wants to learn a new language.

1. Don’t only hang out with people that speak your own language. Despite this sounding obvious, so many people take this comfortable route.

2. Keep a list of new words you learn on a daily basis. You might not remember them all initially, but you will pick up one or two and strengthen your vocabulary.

3. Ask, ask, ask. When you don’t understand just ask, ask, and ask.

4. Set your phone language to your new language.

5. Use the new words you learn so they become a part of your daily use.

6. Watch movies in your new language with subtitles and read books when you can.

7. Take short courses to fasten the process if you need to, and study at home when you can.

8. Don’t be shy. Speak as much as you can and make mistakes, it’s inevitable.

9. Be curious. Curiosity leads to discovery, discovering new things will broaden your cultural and language knowledge.

10. Date a mother-tongue girl or boy ☺️

Hope this will be useful!

Happy Australia Day, everyone!

Loving the game!

The third or even tenth person in charge in big corporations makes surely more money than 90% of small business owners. Oftentimes, monetary rewards are higher when you work for someone than when you are self employed.

However, to me, this is not about money but rather about the audacity to live life on my terms, taking control of it while loving the game of entrepreneurship. Strategizing, creating, thinking, the adrenaline, the risk of failure, learning. That’s it.

Press ⭐️ if you love the game or share your opinion below.

Discovering my new city

Discovering Brisbane 🇦🇺

Sunday stroll looking around the city. Don’t know if you have visited this Nepalese 🇳🇵pagoda, but I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to see something cool.

Love Asian culture in all its forms

Being as curious as a kid

Being curious has been a powerful tool when I lived in London. It’s not only allowed me to meet and discover people with different backgrounds and cultures, but it has opened my mind.

After finishing university I have applied this principle and I realized that despite spending thousands of pounds for my education, university can only teach you the basics, then it’s up to you.

Studying more now than before, but actually focusing on the things I’m the most interested in. It feels just good!

Being curious about things will be they key in my new journey in Australia 🇦🇺.

I’m so pumped to be given the possibility of discovering different perspectives and cultures, so different from mine, once again.

Comment with 👌🏻 if you agree.

There’s no shortcut

Good morning Australia!

As I’m experiencing my second big move in a foreign country, I can tell that the starting over is always the toughest part.

Trying to be as productive as I can throughout the day is my motivation for reminding myself not to rest on my heels, and that the only way is to work as hard as you can.

There’s no shortcuts.

Love what you do

❤️ what you do!

The power of loving what you do is contaminating.

In this new journey I’ve taken, having the possibility to plan and decide based on what I love doing is super exciting and rewarding for the hard work I have put in over the past 5 years

Some people have the ability to start what they love immediately. Some people don’t. I had to try stuff, change many jobs and experience different things before being able to determine what I want to do

I love the idea of ‘circle of competence’, explained by Warren Buffet. Just double or triple down on your strengths and your likes. Whatever they are. I love the process of creating an idea or a product that generates something valuable and of value for people. That’s why I’m in love with marketing and entrepreneurship.

I love when people are eager to tell how much they love what they do. It makes me happy.

It’s good to be sad

Leaving tomorrow for Australia 🇦🇺, feeling sad as I should be.

Had a conversation today with few friends and all of them were dreading going back to work after their Christmas break. They don’t like their jobs, but they keep doing it.

This makes me feel lucky. Being able to embark on a new journey with the possibility to potentially do what I love really excites me.

I’m so driven by doing what I love that if I didn’t I would upset people around me and, in turn, it would generate negative sadness.

This sadness is positive. I think it’s good to be sad if what you’re doing will make people feel good through your positive vibes, instead of pleasing them in the short-term by giving up on your dreams.

It’s a matter of perspective

Best decision I made last year was (quit smoking) driven by a perspective

Thinking that smoking for 30-40-50 years could have a negative impact not just on me but, mostly, on the people next to me, changed the entire game and demonstrated that from that perspective it was all upside

In my future business I’ll try to apply this principle. Make decisions that in the long run will be all upside by applying this perspective notion

I think this process is super powerful, it has worked so well with me.