As You already know I have been collaborating with Simplicissimus Book Farm since September 2013. I have been in charge of the international business development and I still am. My team is getting bigger and bigger and I am happier and happier. Check out our tribe page with all our members.
Brief: Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less is the best business book I read this year. Plenty of reasons to be brief in every business communication and a lot of ideas to really be brief. The web site introducing You to the main topics is also clean and cool. Brief: Make a Bigger Impact … Continue reading Brief, how to communicate in our modern world
Last week I have been in Milan for the Italian edition of Social media week. I took part in two event, one about the future of Twitter and the a second one related to self publishing and Narcissus*. Both event are on YouTube. Twitter Self publishing * I work for Simplicissimus who owns Narcissus.
Mastering The Fine Art Of Getting To The PointWhat a good reading. I highly recommend Brief, amazing useful book to improve Your communication skills.
Apartment in Milan for Social media week Milan #SMWMilan.
The Shocking True Story of how Pringles are MadeMore than evil. Beware!
5000 kms measured by FitBit. Do You have one?
During last days I interviewed Brian Solis now that an Italian translation of his last book is finally available. Disruptive technology What would You suggest to a family medium business like hundreds or thousands in Italy? How could they embrace this positive change? Where should they start from? Disruptive technology is just that…it’s disruptive. Every … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Brian Solis about the future of business
How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book”"A commonplace book is a central resource or depository for ideas, quotes, anecdotes, observations and information you come across during your life and didactic pursuits. The purpose of the book is to record and organize these gems for later use in your life, in your business, in your … Continue reading How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book”