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IF you are above 40, have a look at this post.
If you are not … have a look at this post anyway 🙂
PierG

In few days I will be 44.

I don’t like being over 40 but that’s life and in any case I love to be here :).

Since I got 40, when is my birthday,  I read an email that Mark, from Manager Tools, sent me. Today I want to share it with you:

It’s not how much time you have, it’s what you do with it that matters.  You can do nothing about yesterday, you don’t control tomorrow…what are you going to do TODAY to make the world a better place for your wife and son and your friends and company and country and fellow human beings?

“Too many people wish for immortality who are also bored on lazy Sunday afternoons.”

Fill your days with love for your family and friends and your work.  The days will fly by, and death will be hastened…but you will be rich beyond all accounting, and what’s more show your son that a life well-lived is the best answer to time’s inevitable question.

Fill your days!

LIVE!

PierG

IOGraphica - 49.3 minutes (from 14-43 to 15-33)

Modern art? Internet network traffic? No, the movements of my mouse using IOGraph.

PierG

Here is the list of the top posts read in this blog in 2010:

Home page
Eight Barriers to Effective Listening
I met Francesco …
Planning is everything, the plan is nothing
Effective communication – behavioral models
The ‘why’ question: a barrier to effective communication?
Slides from BetterSoftware2010
IT Dashboard of the US government
There are no accidents
The Magic of Gantt

Interesting how the top posts, except the Home Page, are from 2006 and 2007: they are often reached using Google or Bing !!! Is this a message for me?

Anyway, thank you all for reading this blog: it’s a great pleasure for me to give this small contribution: have a GREAT 2011|

PierG

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Mister Technical Guy, the fact that you are a technician doesn’t allow you to keep your face down while meeting other people or not to say hallo when you hit them in the corridor.

Looking in the eyes, smiling and saying hi it’s not being a sales person or a marketing guy, it means just having good manners (and, by the way, being professional)!

PierG

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