Date: 29 Mar 2016
Delicate and sofisticated , 2016 spring summer trend again introduces concept of effeminacy and romance highly eccented on floral design and motive.In the last few years they have become an engine of design- linked with different stiles and materials, like jacquard, satin and lace. Ultra fine and light layers delicately wrapping body, presented not only as vision and model, but also as a impreson of the look over the fashion.
The nostalgia on 70-s keeps growing, until it finally reaches its peak in the new season. This year`s tends are provoked by the happy and energised 70`s & 80`s when design was an obsession, fashion is of a key importance and floral shapes slowly turn into geometric ones.
On the other hand embossed shapes and designs meet the spirit of ” rock culture” and “ as the sillouette becomes bold and sexy. “ Black to black” means- that black is a base of all tends, that focus on feminen and glamour. Woman of today is daring nad straight forward. She puts a hilight on her appearance, brings back the architecture sillhouettes, but keeping tenderness and lightness
Seaking balance between emancipated vision and effeminacy is a well fair, that goes through spectacular rise. It`s of a key importance of introducing the sense and sensitivity both in physical and psychological aspects. We leek at the woman`s body as a main source inspiration. The models we create are not simply cousy, they match body like second skin.
Autor: Ivo Jordanov
Femi's fashion designer
Date: 01 Oct 2015
Most of us have experienced that sickening moment when you realize you’ve made a serious mistake. Perhaps it was a typo that threw off a financial forecast, or maybe you forgot to reserve a venue for an important meeting that’s scheduled for the following day. The details are different for everybody, but at some point, we’ve all felt that rising tide of dread and panic.
Mistakes and pressure are inevitable; the secret to getting past them is to stay calm.
New research from the Harvard Business School shows that most of us go about staying calm the wrong way. People who welcome the challenge of a crisis—so much so that overcoming the challenge excites them—perform far better than those who try to force themselves to be calm.
“People have a very strong intuition that trying to calm down is the best way to cope with their anxiety, but that can be very difficult and ineffective,” said study author Allison Wood Brooks. “When people feel anxious and try to calm down, they are thinking about all the things that could go badly. When they are excited, they are thinking about how things could go well.”
Staying composed, focused, and effective under pressure are all about your mentality. People who successfully manage crises are able to channel their emotions into producing the behavior that they want.
In other words, they turn their anxiety into energy and excitement.
This can’t happen if you don’t engage your logic. Yes, making a big mistake is embarrassing. You might get yelled at by your boss, and the mistake might even show up on your next performance appraisal, but, in all likelihood, it’s not going to result in your getting fired, losing your house, living out of your car, or in any of the other catastrophic thoughts that fuel anxiety and keep you from getting focused.
Date: 29 Jun 2015
These phrases carry special power: they have an uncanny ability to make you look bad even when the words are true.
Worst of all, there’s no taking them back once they slip out.
I’m not talking about shocking slips of the tongue, off-color jokes, or politically incorrect faux pas. These aren’t the only ways to make yourself look bad.
Often it’s the subtle remarks—the ones that paint us as incompetent and unconfident—that do the most damage.
No matter how talented you are or what you’ve accomplished, there are certain phrases that instantly change the way people see you and can forever cast you in a negative light. These phrases are so loaded with negative implications that they undermine careers in short order.
How many of these career killers have you heard around the office lately?
1. “It’s not fair”
Everyone knows that life isn’t fair. Saying it’s not fair suggests that you think life is supposed to be fair, which makes you look immature and naïve.
If you don’t want to make yourself look bad, you need to stick to the facts, stay constructive, and leave your interpretation out of it. For instance, you could say, “I noticed that you assigned Ann that big project I was hoping for. Would you mind telling me what went into that decision? I’d like to know why you thought I wasn’t a good fit, so that I can work on improving those skills.”
2. “This is the way it’s always been done”
Technology-fueled change is happening so fast that even a six-month-old process could be outdated. Saying this is the way it’s always been done not only makes you sound lazy and resistant to change, but it could make your boss wonder why you haven’t tried to improve things on your own. If you really are doing things the way they’ve always been done, there’s almost certainly a better way.
3. “No problem”
When someone asks you to do something or thanks you for doing something, and you tell them no problem, you’re implying that their request should have been a problem. This makes people feel as though they’ve imposed upon you.
What you want to do instead is to show people that you’re happy to do your job. Say something like “It was my pleasure” or “I’ll be happy to take care of that.” It’s a subtle difference in language, but one that has a huge impact on people.
Date: 28 Apr 2015
No matter what your job, in one way everyone's day is basically the same: We all have the same amount of time at our disposal.
That's why how you use your time makes all the difference -- whether you're bootstrapping a startup or running a billion-dollar company like Jim Whitehurst, the president and CEO of Red Hat, one of the largest and most successful providers of open-source software ...
Date: 11 Mar 2015
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Date: 26 Feb 2015
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