Category Archives: Career Advice

10 predictions about how the “New Norm” would look like

Covid-19 has disrupted our lives in a way than none of us would have predicted. The current thinking is that we will go back to normal (albeit a new normal) when effective vaccines will be available. In this blog, I … Continue reading

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Imagine the Future; the art of forecasting can be useful not only for corporations but also for individuals

Corporations are used to think about the future. They put effort in understanding the different trends, identify various scenarios and have a concrete plan for each of them. They usually have a base case scenario (the most likely one to … Continue reading

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Working from Home: Output Matters

The Covid-19 pandemic forced many people to work from home. Working habits that have developed for years suddenly were not applicable anymore.  You don’t commute to the office. You don’t sit next to your co-workers. Chats around the water-cooler is … Continue reading

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Do you have a Growth or a Fixed Mindset?

Do you believe that your  important abilities (e.g. intelligence, creativity, empathy, leadership skills, etc) are fixed traits and cannot be changed or that they can grow and improve? Are you focusing more on ‘how smart you are’ or on ‘how you … Continue reading

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Is there a future for higher education?

There is so much discussion about how to ‘fix’ higher education. Most proposed solutions are based on individuals’ personal past experiences; hardly the best way to address a topic that will evolve in 5 -10 years in an unprecedented way. … Continue reading

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