The author of today’s post is Irina Gujabidze. A highly experienced professional marketer with extensive knowledge of the multi-faceted marketing world. Under her interesting article how we will change our behaviour after the Covid-19, you can find her full biography. Massimo Usai As social distancing becomes the new normal due to Covid-19, consumer habits are adapting in real-time to the new environment and circumstances. By … Continue reading How Covid-19 will change the consumer buying behaviour
Now they are creating a problem for a medical mask, which is then used to protect ours and the health of others. I think it is very “sad” for some people to think of freedom if they think that a mask can take it away. In my opinion, an idea of freedom based on the fact that some are not willing to put on a … Continue reading Are We Just Spoiled People Born In The “Lucky” Part of the World Who Cry Like Babies For Every Effort Is Required?
Walking in East London is a stimulating walking and I reminded us that we should question our own thinking and, potentially, our own prejudices from what we see around. There is a sense of peace there during a regular weekly day. When I was there sometimes ago, I was thinking about how to disarm common populist ideas, and my instruments are just a photo camera … Continue reading Why Do We Live By Prejudice Instead Of Living In Peace With Ourselves And With The World?
We should realise tipping an employee who hasn’t gotten paid in many months could save economy. I have been for almost twenty years inside the hospitality industry and a now few issues that are always a hot topic in that “world”: tipping. Last few years have been tight across the world. People struggle to pay rent, some more bureaucracy invested business and employees and “tips” … Continue reading Why We Should Tip Generously Everywhere Right Now
HOW Much longer are we going to maintain that system? In recent months there has been a lot of talk about how our “tomorrow” should be and what should be done when Covid-19 is no longer an emergency. Waiting for an official end of the Pandemic is pure utopia. So there is not much time to think, even because it will be a revolution and … Continue reading The founding principles of Capitalism have been hopelessly corrupt.
The consequence of the most confusing message of 2020. Has been one of the most confusing messages of this pandemic. No doubt. Government change policy every few weeks always depends on the mood they could feel of the electorate.Conspiracy theorist and people graduates of The Internet University Of Medicine who insist it’s terrible for our health and in the meantime properly scientist aware us how … Continue reading Still Confused About Masks? ‘Anti-maskers’ Should Have Reality Check And Be Behind “Science” If They Want Prevent Coronavirus and Lockdowns
The perfect dish from the Italian Island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. London, 06 July 2020 By Massimo Usai When you think of a dish to cook, you automatically look at the calendar and decide what to prepare based on the month in which we are. In Sardinia, near to Cagliari, there is a town (Assemini) where a dish is prepared which has … Continue reading “Sa Panada” From Sardinia With Eels Is The Perfect Dish for Every Season
In this article, I’m going to discuss a few reasons why is important right now to analyse the effect of the lockdown. Firstly, instead of following false claims, we should focus our efforts in something else. Try to understand the reasons why, in 2020, a future pandemic is likely to emerge and whether or not we can cope with it. Secondly, there is no doubt … Continue reading Keep your Eyes Open
Instead of following false claims, unlikely third-level doctors looking to be a celebrity, we should focus our efforts on the reasons from which the next pandemic is likely to emerge. Determining the origins of a pandemic is as messy and complicated as studying a plane crash.Just as a plane crash investigator collects fragments in a crash site, identifying the origins and development of a new … Continue reading Immersed in our perennial selfishness.