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» Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe

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» The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century

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» Daily Reading to Yearly Reading Goal Calculator

If you want to find out how much time you need to read daily in order to reach your yearly reading goal, use this calculator. If you need instructions and see the numbers we used in the formula, read below the form. We used these elements in our formula: 1. Number of books you want […] The post Daily Reading to Yearly Reading Goal Calculator appeared first on The CEO Library.

» [Poll] How Many Books do You Want to Read in 2020?

I was talking to someone about how long it takes to read 10 books a year. I actually took the time to find out, you can read about it here. Then I decided I wanted to read about 30 books this year (2020) after failing at my 50 books challenge in 2019. I only read […] The post [Poll] How Many Books do You Want to Read in 2020? appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Sit on the Toilet and Read 10 Books per Year (or How to Make the Best Out of a Sh!%ty Situation)

20 minutes. That’s how much you need to read per day to reach your goal of 10 books read in a year. Most of us spend that time on the toilet every day. And when we do, we browse mindlessly through the Instagram feed or the Reddit “Popular” tab, as I do. Yes, that’s it: […] The post Sit on the Toilet and Read 10 Books per Year (or How to Make the Best Out of a Sh!%ty Situation) appeared first on The CEO Library.

» My Rediscovery of Isaac Asimov: I, Asimov

One of the first “modern” SF books I’ve ever read was one in the Foundation series. I don’t remember exactly which one, but I was around 14 and I read all the books written by Isaac Asimov that I could find. Unofrtunately, though, you couldn’t find most of them in Romania, where I was born. […]

» The games I’ve played in the last decade

I know, I know, it’s not books. And The CEO Library should be about books. Maybe 🙂 You can find some gaming books recommendations at the end of this blog post. I love playing games, especially games with great narrative. So I was looking through Den of Geek’s Best 100 games of the decade and […]

» Living in Portugal: Lost in Translation or Cultural Differences?

You can also find book recommendations on migration at the end of this blog post. At the end of 2018 I moved from Romania, where I lived pretty much my whole life, to Portugal. They’re pretty similar cultures: Both generally European (Portugal “more European” than Romania) Both had a dictatorship that finished in the last […]

» The Decade in Review cornucopia of links

I’ve sent this list of links to The CEO Library Newsletter, but I feel I should publish it on the site as well. This doesn’t normally happen, but I will make an exception for this Decade in Review series. Once in a decade, for sure! If you wonder what else I send to the weekly […]

» Make your Startup’s Investor Pitch Deck Better with These Resources

If you’re ever in the position to raise money, the first thing you’ll probably do will be to look for examples of pitch decks to use with your potential investors. In 2012, when I was raising money in earnest for MavenHut, finding this kind of examples was difficult. I needed to access my own network […] The post Make your Startup’s Investor Pitch Deck Better with These Resources appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Big List of Podcasts for Online Business

Besides reading as much as I can, I listen to lots of podcasts on a weekly basis. I listen mostly to technology and “tech lifestyle” if you want, but I also listen business podcasts, on an episode by episode basis. I listen to them when I walk my dog, when I go around the town […] The post Big List of Podcasts for Online Business appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Read at least 5 hours per week to keep learning

“In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn’t read all the time – none. Zero.” – Charlie Munger, Self-made billionaire & Warren Buffett’s longtime business partner I found this article today and I agreed with a lot of the things I read. Since this is […] The post Read at least 5 hours per week to keep learning appeared first on The CEO Library.

» My Search for the Perfect Home Office Reading Chair

Before reading this article, just so you know, The CEO Library may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. If you found your way to this article because you used to think “the type of chair” you used didn’t matter, then you likely learned the hard way that […] The post My Search for the Perfect Home Office Reading Chair appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Business Basic Advice and Personal Basic Advice: Mega List

Last week I sent an email to the email list (you should subscribe, by the way). I was talking about Basic advice and how important it is that, from time to time, someone reminds you how important it is to focus on the basics. My definition of basic advice is this: advice that’s really easy […] The post Business Basic Advice and Personal Basic Advice: Mega List appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Most underrated skill you never ask about

This article was sent as a newsletter to our subscribers. If you like what you read, you can subscribe as well, for a weekly dose of reading. Here’s the link. Asking questions is probably one of the most underrated skills in the world. I mean, everybody can ask questions, right? A toddler asks questions. And, […] The post Most underrated skill you never ask about appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Carturesti Carusel in Bucharest: Great libraries and book stores of the world

I have a weird obsession with libraries and book stores. I really enjoy visiting them, no matter how old or modern they are. One of the buildings that intrigued me when I was first starting to visit Europe by car was Melk Abbey. You could see it from the highway while driving from Romania to […] The post Carturesti Carusel in Bucharest: Great libraries and book stores of the world appeared first on The CEO Library.

» Best Books of 2019

At the beginning of November 2019 I asked in the newsletter and on Instagram for our community’s favorite books of 2019. After about 2 weeks of adding books to the database, here are the lists. And yes, I was doing other things as well, it didn’t take me 2 weeks to add 50 or so […] The post Best Books of 2019 appeared first on The CEO Library.

» PlayStation’s State of Play games I want to play

I’m writing/updating this as I’m watching the live transmission of State of Play: Untitled Goose Game: This seems such a stupid game idea, I might actually enjoy playing it, especially during the upcoming Christmas holiday (Dec 17th, 2019) dreams: more of a game creator, it might be the non-pro game developer’s tool that I can […] The post PlayStation’s State of Play games I want to play appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» The Witcher on Netflix. And The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Switch

I loved playing Witcher 3 on the PS4. I played it in 2015 and what I remember is this: after about 3 days of playing 10-12 hours a day, my girlfriend asked me if I’m close to the end. And I said something along the lines of “it’s pretty close, maybe 2 more hours”. It […] The post The Witcher on Netflix. And The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Switch appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Avicii Tribute Concert

First time I ever heard Avicii was in 2011, when I was listening to Levels and a little bit of Fade into Darkness. But the moment I became a fan was when I heard “Wake me up“. The song has special meaning for me because it’s the song I connect the most to the US. […] The post Avicii Tribute Concert appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» PlastStation’s State of Play games I want to play

I’m writing/updating this as I’m watching the live transmission of State of Play: Untitled Goose Game: This seems such a stupid game idea, I might actually enjoy playing it, especially during the upcoming Christmas holiday (Dec 17th, 2019) dreams: more of a game creator, it might be the non-pro game developer’s tool that I can […] The post PlastStation’s State of Play games I want to play appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» I write at The CEO Library

In September/October I’ve rediscovered my love of writing. OK, maybe love is too strong of a word, but I lack the vocabulary in English to find another, more suited one, so I’ll use that. You might have noticed it, actually, since I wrote on this blog a lot more than I’ve done it in the […] The post I write at The CEO Library appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Looking to buy websites! Have one?

TL;DR: I want to buy some websites. See below for more info. Years ago, before I started MavenHut, I was building content websites. Mostly blogs about different things. One about cars, another one about motorcycles. I sold all of them to support MavenHut in the early stages. At the beginning of this year, though, I […] The post Looking to buy websites! Have one? appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Apple Arcade, first week

It took me a little bit of time because of some traveling I needed to do, but I finally tried Apple Arcade during the last weekend. If you don’t know what Apple Arcade is, read this article. The tldr; version is that it’s a new program by Apple where they finance new and high quality […] The post Apple Arcade, first week appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» The Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe – TED Video

This is one of the funniest videos I’ve seen in a while. It shows what you can do if some newsletter doesn’t unsubscribe you when you ask for it. As a bonus, you can also watch the following video on how to talk with email scammers. It’s the same person (James Veitch) and it’s as […] The post The Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe – TED Video appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Star Trek: Picard

Starting with January 24th, 2020, we’re gonna see the first new episodes of a Star Trek series with Jean-Luc Picard. Like many people my age (I’m 41 now), the first Star Trek I’ve ever watched was The Next Generation. Picard, Data, Riker, Worf, Troi, Geordi, they were all names we grew up with and vastly […] The post Star Trek: Picard appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» October Christmas tree, why not?

I’m crazy about Christmas. The thing is, I wasn’t as crazy about Christmas when I was a kid as I’m now, at forty-something. What happened in between? Well, as an adult, the holidays season (including Christmas, of course, and New Year’s) is the most quiet period of the year. Nobody sends you emails, nobody wants […] The post October Christmas tree, why not? appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Don’t start a SIDE business, start a business

The question I answered in this video is “Should I start a side business while working a 9 to 5 job?” To start with the conclusion: if you want to really succeed, I don’t think it’s recommended to start a side business while holding a full time job. A business you can’t focus on most […] The post Don’t start a SIDE business, start a business appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Wine at EuroDisney

Q: Euro Disney really took off once you realized that French parents wanted fine wine at the restaurants to get them through the day.Bob Iger: I know it was an issue. The Slow-Burning Success of Disney’s Bob Iger During the weekend I read this article on Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney. He talks about […] The post Wine at EuroDisney appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Who would you be without Instagram or Social Media?

Several years ago, before 2008-2009, when blogging was just starting in Romania, I remember talking to somebody and saying that, at some point, a real-estate developer might want to pay a blogger to live rent free in one of their apartments to promote the building(s). I actually tried to find someone to pay me for […] The post Who would you be without Instagram or Social Media? appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Story driven and story rich games on Nintendo Switch

I play games on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The platforms are quite different in terms of what type of games are popular on each one, so each has its own use. Today I was looking for some story driven games on Nintendo Switch because I want to play some in hand-held mode. I found several […] The post Story driven and story rich games on Nintendo Switch appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» What motivates the early employees to work in a startup? [Video & Transcript]

Once you find a cofounder, you will probably find some employees. And you need to find ways to motivate the early employees. Truth is, it’s quite easy to motivate them, but you need to be careful with what you promise because it’s also really easy to overpromise things. For more similar videos, subscribe to the […] The post What motivates the early employees to work in a startup? [Video & Transcript] appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» The perfect sunglasses: rubbery, light weight Polaroids

I loathe sun. Not the sun itself, actually, because I love warmth, but I hate the blinding light it emanates most of the time. I know, right? Stupid, shitty sun… I started using computers when I was 6, so I was “blessed” with light sensitivity. My eye sight is really sharp, I don’t need glasses […] The post The perfect sunglasses: rubbery, light weight Polaroids appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Regex crossword and puzzle

One of the things I wished I understand a whole lot better is the regex rules. While I can hack an already existing rule to adapt it for my own needs, I can’t start one from scratch. To be fair, I don’t think I can adapt one if my need is more complicated. Recently I’ve […] The post Regex crossword and puzzle appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» The richest Romanian comes now from tech

More lucrative: Dines would encourage consultants to introduce UiPath to their clients by letting the consultants keep as much as 80% of the overall bot-related spend in exchange for setting up and maintaining the program. Suddenly some of the world’s biggest companies were serving as little UiPath’s sales force. From Communism To Coding: How Daniel […] The post The richest Romanian comes now from tech appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» How much seed funding for a startup?

You’re raising seed funding for your startup. How much do you need? We raised approx. $700,000 (€550,000) for MavenHut. Was that enough? Well, if the same company would’ve raised funding for a similar runway in Silicon Valley, the similar amount would’ve been $2,000,000. Nobody can tell you the exact number without taking a really good […] The post How much seed funding for a startup? appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» Where is your company on the Silicon Valley clock? [To Read]

A company’s narrative moves like a clock: it starts at midnight, ticking off the hours. The tone and sentiment about how a business is doing move from positive (sunrise, midday) to negative (dusk, darkness). And often the story returns to midnight, rebirth and a new day. Aaron Zamost, What’s your hour on ‘Silicon Valley time’? […] The post Where is your company on the Silicon Valley clock? [To Read] appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.

» I unlocked the Portuguese internet

I speak Romanian and English to a comfortable level. I hope my Romanian is better than my English, seeing that it’s my native language, but I make myself understood fairly easy in both languages. I understand French and I speak it, slowly, when I put my mind to it. I can ask for food and […] The post I unlocked the Portuguese internet appeared first on BobbyVoicu.com.
 
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