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6 key ideas to remember from Meditations by Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius, described as a philosopher emperor, was the most powerful man in the world in 161 A.D., as the Roman empire he led was at its peak. Although resolutely endowed with immense power, his questioning and reflections made him a person deeply sensitive to the human condition. Having come closer to Greek stoicism through his readings and his preceptors,…

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6 points from the book Millionaire fastlane by MJ De Marco

This book has been receiving an increasingly warm reception from entrepreneurs over the past few years, and it’s largely justified. The author manages to trace the reasons for his own success while formulating key principles that give it a systematic character. Let’s see what interesting ideas emerge from this book. Let’s see how they can help you create your own…

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Do you have the kintsugi spirit?

  Kintsugi (金継ぎ, “golden joint”) or kintsukuroi (金繕い, “golden repair”) belongs to the Japanese tradition. As the name suggests, it involves repairing broken objects, most often earthenware such as dishes, bowls or vases with gold joints. This process is not intended to go unnoticed, on the contrary, the repair is very visible, which makes the object unique as if it…

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