Yes, I wear a mask, and so?

Every day, I face the same situation: people questioning why I wear an FFP3 mask when I'm outdoors. Allow me to shed some light on this. I suffer from really severe allergies whose reactions can be life-threatening, and I am not allergic to just pollen. Unfortunately, there's no medication or therapy available to completely prevent…

The music of Sign Language

When I started learning ASL (American Sign Language), I found this richness of conveyable meanings absolutely mind blowing (my interst comes from the fact that I often write algorithms to analyze language nuances in AI applications).Christine Sun Kim's analogy is a wonderful way to describe this richness. https://www.ted.com/talks/christine_sun_kim_the_enchanting_music_of_sign_language

Book of the Day – Demystifying Disability

Today's Book of the Day is Demystifying Disability, written by Emily Ladau in 2021 and published by Ten Speed Press. Emily Ladau is an internationally known disability rights activist, speaker, and author. She is the editor-in-chief of the Rooted in Rights blog and co-host of The Accessible Stall podcast, both about disability issues. Demystifying Disability,…

Book of the Day – The Loudest Duck

Today's Book of the Day is The Loudest Duck, written by Laura A. Liswood and published in 2009 by Wiley. Laura Liswood is Secretary General of the Council of Women World Leaders, which is composed of 72 women presidents, prime ministers, and heads of government. which she co-founded in August 1996 with President Vigd√≠s Finnbogad√≥ttir…

Inclusive management

Managing should be inclusive way more than hierarchical or controlling. When everyone feels as an active part of a whole, amazing things can be achieved. I see it quite often, in my business coaching and consulting job: managers who still believe that their job is to have people under their supervision, control, and command. Yet,…