Well: I was feeling really well at the idea of writing well this post about wellness. Such an abused word, isn’t it? Wellness. What does it even mean? We had a training course exploring the topic. It was an intense journey, a week of great inspiration, connection and personal development. So I am here to celebrate […]Read more "Game of Wellness"
I spent Christmas doing very little. I ate a lot, slept a lot (this was all part of the plan), and… watched a lot of TED talks. This is the part I did not expect. Here is how it happened. I stumbled upon this book: which all considered, delivers what it promises. It contains a […]Read more "10 TED talks I watched compulsively this Christmas"
My day-one impressions on the Star Wars spinoff, which is actually a WWII movie. No spoilers (even in comments please).Read more "Rogue One, my impressions (no spoilers)"
So this is what happened last week: I published a post slightly different from the usual style of “The Cat”. I had this idea of writing some funny stories about me moving to Prague. My wife has been telling me for ages: “You should definitely write something about your life in the Czech Republic!” and I had the […]Read more "4 (maybe 5) things that I learned last week"
Moving to a new country can certainly be a very strong life experience. No matter how much I was travelling before, and all the knowledge and experience I had accumulated on intercultural learning, culture shock and stuff like that, the fact of actually moving to Prague, Czech Republic in 2015 still hit me like a truckload […]Read more "10 things I wish someone told me before I moved to Prague"
As a freelance trainer, sometimes I get just the perfect combination of place-process-people that makes an experience truly memorable. It’s a slight variation of the “3 P triangle” sometimes used to evaluate a product or an activity, and it works really well to describe why the week-or-so we spent in Tenerife, in october 2016, was really special. […]Read more "Green Gaming – Tenerife"
The legendary, first “Civilization” game was published in 1991. And it was the equivalent of an atomic bomb on the very idea of “videogame”: things that people didn’t imagine possible, just became so. It looked like this, but it didn’t matter: it was a brave, ambitious and epic concept, that challenged players to think in […]Read more "Civilization VI – my experience after one day"