22 June 2022
The world's millionaires and leaders have a formula dating back to Benjamin Franklin's time that allows them to grow their economic empires. They spend an hour a day learning something new, whether by reading, listening to a podcast, or simply by meditating. For instance, Elon Musk — founder of Space X — learned everything he knows about rockets reading books, and Jack Dorsey claims he has made his best business decisions by meditating.
They are students at highly prestigious universities; they have outstanding intellectual abilities, a probable bright future, and yet many of them experience periods of depression and melancholy. Elite universities have sought ways to deal with the situation. As a result, a new trend has developed at the world's most famous universities and it is gaining more followers and financial support every day. It is known as Human Flourishing.
Marco Nicolini, Azerta's digital strategist, will launch his first book entitled Ser Digital ("Being Digital") in July. It promises to be a useful resource for executives, academics and entrepreneurs. In the text, readers will encounter a triad that is rarely explained and often difficult to interrelate: the path to connecting the communication plan, the marketing plan, and the business plan.
The verdict, announced on June 1, named the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean saga as the winner. However, the legal battle waged in a Virginia State Court between actor Johnny Depp and actress Amber Heard over defamation allegations has brought to light a series of communicational strategies and milestones that might have tipped the scales of Themis — the famous goddess of justice — in Depp's favor, even long before the jurors themselves had made their decision.