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Doubts and distractions

Doubts and distractions

Yes, they are around, haunting my mind a bit more heavily these days. The rebound from my last project abroad hit hard, and I realise how much effort it takes to come back to whatever can qualify as “normal”. Except that normality is a concept…

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That is probably their fault (and mine too)

That is probably their fault (and mine too)

Oh, the highs and the lows of working on international events, as if I could rant about them: no, not really. At least, they offer something close to a balance… Assuming the spectrum goes from one extreme to the next. So there it is again,…

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The retreat

The retreat

So that is it: I am finally out of my summer hibernation, where and when working hours overshadow the resting ones by a lot, and when I get to intensely live a project, for and by said project. I feel a little bit more alive…

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Le petit prince

Happy (70th.) birthday, Petit Prince! “The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The little prince.

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Right track?

Right track?

Ok, so… Let me recap this again: the manual with steps to follow, the colours with a legend to refer to, me walking you through each what-if scenario you came up with, and your willingness to cut from chaotic scrambling at the event kick-off the…

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First snow!

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Surfing at 1000 frames per second

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That famous certification

That famous certification

Maybe it is cultural, and I confess, while France has been tied to the idea of its reputation, de facto, for ages, without worrying much about its image from abroad, titles and certifications have often been looked up to by a fairly limited number of…

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What bad spot?

What bad spot?

While Zinedine Zidane may have found himself in a controversial situation against Marco Materazzi in 2006, he certainly has risen from that 10-year old somberness to now be the coach for the Real Madrid. Not bad. Granted, his fame, experience, path and notoriety have certainly contributed…

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The summit is just the starting point

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