Looking for a new challenge

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It’s the beginning of a new year, which means a blank slate to move forward, improve yourself, and enhance your life. Personally, I’m starting the year looking for a new full-time job! Over the last six months, I had the pleasure of working with the talented folks at IMMUNIO. However, the company is prioritizing other... Read more

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My 3 words for 2016

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I was impatiently waiting for 2016: I know it’s psychological, but the first of January is like a new chapter, a blank slate to start over, to do better. I don’t believe in New Year resolutions as it usually focussing on one particular thing only, it put unnecessary pressure on ourselves, and it’s just a downer... Read more

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Tips for your first presentation

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When I’m doing talks on personal branding, I’m always telling people that one way to help your brand is to start doing public speaking. Following that advice, someone I meet recently sent me an email with three interesting questions. I decided to write a post instead of answering directly by email. Do you have any... Read more

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Looking for a job or an employee? This is how I can help you.

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There is no secret there: the love of the tech community is one of the reasons I can consider myself successful today. Recognizing that, I try to give back as much as I can. One of my pleasure is to use trust, reputation, and relationships to be a trust agent. Part of it is about... Read more

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Music is about emotions

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What happen when you listen to music? You feel happy or sad? Are you ready to conquer the world or just find the energy to finish that gym training? You remember the love of your life or that time when you were in that small coffee shop on a sunny day in Paris? Some songs... Read more

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Stop complaining

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Did you ever take the time to look truly at your social media feed? I did a couple of days ago, and I realized that status and tweets could mostly all be placed in two buckets: people complaining about something or someone, or people sharing moments of their perfect life. I’m not judging anyone; I’m... Read more

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