A father should kneel

A father should kneel Important conversations happen between peers. As a father of a 4-year-old son, this means that when I listen to my child, I kneel. The message I want to send is: I’m listening only to you, I care about you, and what you want to tell me. Keeling is the right thing to do for a father; it’s also the … Read More

2018-04-03 Lies and Statistics – a book

I’m reading I’ve read half of the book, and it is interesting to see all the ways statistics can be “adapted”. It also shows how complicated generating fair, honest and valuable figures can be. Excellent read until now, I feel it helps me be a better critical thinker.

2018-03-16 – I finished the books of Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Hi everyone, this is Frank and this blog is going to change its mission. As I move forward in my career, I now need to study and learn and remember things for the future. This blog is now going to contain messages for the future me. To smile, read and remember. 2018-03-16 In the last month, I read the following … Read More

Online depreciation – a challenge for XXI century accountants

What is depreciation? What is online depreciation? Why are they different? Let’s say that you buy a car for £20’000.  So after buying it, the value is £20’000. Easy. Also, if after one year you try to sell it, the price would be lower than £20’000. It’s a used car. Every year the value of the car goes down. This change … Read More

The only working method to regular progress

The power of every day. Not every two days or twice a week. Every day! If you want to improve, then improve every day. This is what is going to happen for this blog. Otherwise, at it happened in the last six month, the blog will have little new content.

How to measure learning progress and experience

The three levels of experience This article describes in a simple and clear manner the three levels of experience I go through when learning something new. Copyright: anatols / 123RF Stock Photo

One trick to be more confident during an interview

You have lots of power during the hiring process If you are not going to an interview because you are not ready to quit, then stop over-thinking and go! An interview is a negotiation, and you have power.

Being shy – Tips to overcome the main frustrations

Bonjour, today I want to share some tips to overcome the main frustrations of being shy. Shyness is a feature of my character and probably yours if you are reading. By being shy we often do not express our ideas, often resulting in frustration of the idea being ‘stolen’ by someone else. It can be even more frustrating when we have the courage to express ideas, but … Read More

Simon Sinek – how great leaders inspire action

If you don’t know Simon Sinek this Ted talk is the best way to start. His moto “start with why” has change the way people thing about life and business. It’s one of the most popular TED talks with more than 26M views.