The year without pants!

This is one big problem with working remotely: no one believes you have a job at all.

I’m a big fan of amazing customer services, helping others when it comes to their websites and open-source projects – no wonder I’m a big fan of WordPress.

Two days ago I finished the 30th rotation around the sun, and one of my lovely wife’s gifts was a book I wanted to have ( hardcover ) and read for some time now – The year without pants.

In the last months, there are a lot of things going in my life, and I rarely manage to find time to read a hardcover book since listening is the new reading. However, this time I just put my phone in sleep mode and I’ve read about 50 pages – that’s an excellent read.

It’s not a new, radical idea for work to have meaning and for workers to have both great freedom and pride in the work itself. Instead those ideas are rooted in the origins of work; we’ve just lost our way.

I’m not going to tell you more about the book at this moment – maybe I’ll write a new post as soon I’ll finish to read it, however, so far the book is delicious, at least for me – since I’m a without pants worker for some years now 🙂


Delivering Happiness

That’s the title of a book I’m currently reading. I ordered the book a few days ago, and I just finished the first section of the book: Profits.

I must say that’s by far one of the most captivating, funny and inspiring books I’ve read in the last years.


It is a big difference between knowing the path and walking the path – just take a few minutes to thought on this, and I’m pretty sure you’ll end up at the same conclusion.

That’s how the book begins, and I’m sure you already recognized the quote from The Matrix.

The book talks about money and business in such a different way compared to others. Even if you don’t care about business, technology or shoes ( lol ), you’ll be drawn in by this American tale of how hard work, laziness, talent, and failure blend to create extraordinary things and experiences.

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