Month: February 2014
Nell’ambito del programma espositivo “Firenze – Un anno ad Arte 2014”, le sale degli Uffizi ospitano un centinaio di opere della collezione di Francesco Molinaro Pradelli, celebre maestro di fama internazionale, ma anche fine intenditore d’arte, dal gusto sicuro e raffinato.
La sua raccolta, formatosi sin dagli anni Cinquanta, è frutto dal gusto e dalle intuizioni del maestro,la sua predilezione per le nature morte, nata prima che diventasse di “moda”.
In mostra due “dispense”, presentazione di cibi cacciagione, verdure, uova di Jacopo Chimenti detto l’Empoli
accanto a quadri di ispirazione fiamminga , come questo,
o a trionfi di fiori,
e a calde composizioni come questa
Because I want to be completely transparent to you, my audience, I’m going to share a few of my goals and motives for writing this blog part of my website.
Of course, I want to raise awareness of my new venture, Tarot Readings by Graham and attract people who might want to use my services. I am doing this as a business, not a hobby, even though I love helping people with tarot. I’m hoping to build this business so I can contribute financially towards my family. But there are other things I want to do here.
I want to demystify tarot. I think I can best do that by describing a little bit about how I work. I believe tarot to be something that is completely natural, not supernatural. You don’t have to be psychic to read tarot. I certainly make no claims about any psychic abilities. I’m hoping…
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A mail rule tells your email program how to handle certain kinds of messages. Each rule is made up of two parts: the criteria that determine whether a particular message will trigger a rule, and the action or actions that run once the rule is triggered. Rules can have a dramatic effect on your email efficiency. For example, set up a “scheduling” rule to shunt all scheduling requests, meeting invitations, and meeting acceptances to a separate folder for review once or twice a day. You can even write your rule with exceptions so that anything marked urgent lands in your inbox, not your “scheduling” folder.
Adapted from Work Smarter, Rule Your Email by Alexandra Samuel.
No company’s future is completely secure. When your business is facing declining sales, a potential buy-out, or even certain closure, how do you manage people who are likely panicking about their future? Even if it’s clear that your organization is in trouble, you can still help team members stay focused and deliver results.
• Be as honest as you possibly can. Whatever you know, share it with your employees. Don’t try to protect people from the truth or ignore what’s happening. In tough situations, people are on high alert for lies and inauthentic messages.
• Give your team a larger purpose. People want to believe their work matters in any situation. When the company’s success is no longer the goal, you might identify something that employees value personally, like leaving a legacy or proving critics wrong.
Adapted from “Managing People on a Sinking Ship” by Amy Gallo.