Author Archives: Romana Salageanu

The 2020 Mindset – #1 Gratitude

By | January 2, 2020

Dear Reader, I invite you to choose and acknowledge the mindset you wish to follow this new decade. For this purpose, I will be reaching out with further self-exploration invitations, for both you and me. I will provide insights from the books that have inspired me and I wish to recommend. I invite you to… Read More »

Continuous Development is the Way

By | January 2, 2020

Dear Reader, I wish to send out another challenge for those open to it. I was looking at my personal and professional achievements of this year today. I noted the names of people I wish to have often in my life and the ones I prefer to avoid, as Tim Ferriss recommends doing your year’s… Read More »

Who am I? Where and what is the I?

By | December 29, 2019

Dear Reader, As a continuation to the intent discussion, I wish to challenge you to search for yourself, to reach out to your inner depth and wisdom and to re-discover who you are. I, me, mine, own – are the possession characteristics used by the Ego. There is so much more to your persona than… Read More »

End-of-Year Review and New-Year Intentions and Motivations

By | December 27, 2019

Dear Reader, As the year comes close to an end, I wish to point your attention to the power of being present, to acknowledge where you are emotionally, physically and spiritually. Next to these dimensions, you can assess your career and family situation as well. Whichever you feel is relevant, important and necessary for you.… Read More »

Book review: The heart’s invisible furies by John Boyne, 2017

By | December 27, 2019

I recently started writing book reviews and I wish to add to the blog my first English review about a book I also read in English, from John Boyne, an Irish novelist. I do not remember how I came across this title and when I bought it as a kindle version, but this year, I… Read More »

November, 1st – New Month, New Opportunities

By | November 1, 2019

Dear Reader, I am coming back to the topic that hooked me on the blogging activity – the MIND, slowly becoming a new habit. Today is the first day of a new month and I have seen many media posts that share thoughts on the first day of a new month. Now, I also wish… Read More »

Learning styles: Activist vs. Pragmatic vs. Reflector – What is your style?

By | October 28, 2019

Dear Reader, continuing the idea of the last post, you can find the characteristics of the other three learning styles developed by Honey and Mumford, based on Kolb’s theory in the following paragraphs. Activists You are an activist if you actually learn something by doing, by putting into practice. In other words, activists get their… Read More »

The Theorist

By | September 22, 2019

Today, I am presenting you the theorist learning style. This is my dominant learning style. I was surprised to learn a lot about myself when I did the test and discovered the features of this style. Of course, it is not all or nothing. If I/you have a dominant learning style, it does not mean… Read More »

Own your MIND!

By | September 9, 2019

Own your mind! According to the promise for a series of mind-related posts, here comes the first with a command: Own your MIND! If you think that it is easy, you might be either lucky to have been actually dealing with your Mind or blissfully ignorant and/or unaware of the tricks the mind can play… Read More »

Hooked on the blogging habit

By | August 30, 2019

Dear Reader, Since my first book review posted on this blog last year, I have been dealing with my newest hobby: the MIND. For me, the mind is the energetic non-physical entity that encompasses thoughts, feelings, internal beliefs, and the personal interpretation of reality. Thus, for me, mind is synonymous with the soul/spirit/other similar term.… Read More »