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Books and breadcrumbs

I was recently in New York for the first time and, among other brilliant experiences like watching the New York City Ballet at the Lincoln Center, strolling through Central Park, admiring the stunning work done on the urban park the High Line, and catching up with wonderful friends such as John Stepper and Jenny Ambrozeck, … Continue reading

New year, new challenges!

A new year arrived and with it some cool challenges came knocking to my door. January was still making its appearance and I was already back to teaching, this time on the topics of Social Media Marketing and Social CRM, something I love doing and always seem to find the energy to do no matter … Continue reading

Goodbye 2013, hello 2014!

This a.m. as I was getting ready to head to the office a story came to my mind: back in the early 90s our neighbours came to woke us up one Saturday morning. We rushed down the stairs to see what the fuss was all about and realized that a young foreign woman, travelling with her … Continue reading

Art, life and work

I love music. As far as my memory can recall I always did. I usually work with headphones on to block the sounds of an open plan office but also to get me in the flow of work. And it is not uncommon to find me humming a tune, even when at the office, or … Continue reading

A book launch and a big data discussion

Back at the end of 2009 I, and other colleagues and teachers from the Porto Business School, were challenged to transform some previous work into chapters for a book about new trends in marketing intelligence. The challenge was accepted, we rolled up our sleeves, and the chapters started taking shape. A few trials and tribulations … Continue reading

The gift of attention and the question I love to ask

I’m curious. By nature. I remember being a kid and browsing encyclopedias or other educational books at home: nature, history, geography, the human body, even Webster’s English dictionary. The paper sort, of course, as the Internet was still an infant. I asked a lot of questions, especially to adults. And I loved storytelling! One of … Continue reading

Looking back on 2012

“Whom had the idea of dividing time into pieces, what we name a year, was a genius. Hope was industrialised, making hope work to the limit of exhaustion. Twelve months are enough for anyone to exhaust themselves and throw in the towel. There enters the miracle of renovation and it all begins again, with a … Continue reading

A small contribution to the Commons

Travelling is something that I like to do and that I promised myself I would do more this year! Ever since I started giving some talks, and thus having the need to scout for visual material to enrich the slides and help me tell my story, I started to appreciate more deeply the concept of … Continue reading