Time is the only common denominator. Fortunately, our perception of it is subjective and open for interpretation. This allows us to choose and value the time we spend on important activities. For me, the act of writing is one of them. I love every single part of it – the struggle to focus, the slow process and the lightweight output that fits any screen. Here's a random blog post to play with creativity.
How can I see the bigger picture? What sources can I use to gain insight? How to verify the information and improve my critical thinking? These are some questions that I ask myself on a regular basis. Whether it is a fictional world crafted with great storytelling or a real-world phenomenon described in scientific research, I apply triangulation. It's a method to determine a location or in a broader sense – to find an answer to a burning question. Every Tuesday I'm sharing my discoveries.
I've made my tour manager licence in June 2009, at the time when it was still regulated by law. I needed to acquire vast knowledge and pass the three exams: on paper, in front of the committee and in the field. Failed many times on each of them, but finally, I passed. It turned out that the most difficult task was yet to come.