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O Abandono de Mim

A espera presente,

O destino confinado,

Um mundo apartado,

Um elevar desligado.

 

Esperar sem esperança,

Ausentar a solidão,

O coração enche de emoção,

Precisa de séria devoção.

 

Homens que prometem,

Um mundo e o outro,

Amor inigualável, amor duradouro,

Amor verdadeiro, sincero, de ouro.

 

Desilusão sempre igual,

Insatisfação, tristeza,

Tentativa frustrada de continuidade,

Sempre lenta, demorada, atrasada, sem saudade.

 

O ciclo é eterno,

Inicia bem, rotina e morre,

Finda depois sem história,

Nunca renasce, simplesmente explode.

 

Um breve momento,

Uma réstia de felicidade,

Uma amostra de amor,

Uma doçura, pleno esplendor de flor.

 

Breve sedução,

A partilha termina,

A cumplicidade esquece-se,

A aliança do amor é uma linha demasiado fina.

 

Abandono de mim,

Eterno abandono,

Os outros me esquecem,

Os outros não me amam, todos perecem.

Conheça as Tendências Digitais para 2019

O grupo E.Life, pioneiro em inteligência de mercado e gestão do relacionamento nas redes sociais, com presença em Portugal, Espanha, Brasil e México, identificou as tendências que “vão marcar o universo do digital durante 2019”. “A adoção do garfo demorou vários séculos, mas empresas como a Uber ou Lyft alcançaram milhões de utilizadores em menos de um ano desde a sua criação”, compara a empresa para ilustrar a velocidade das alterações que estão a ocorrer “graças à transformação digital, à revolução económica e dos comportamentos”.

ler mais em inforh.pt

Six things we Learned from Women’s Resistance in 2018

2018 was the year of women’s resistance. From the launch of the #TimesUp Legal Defense Fund to tackle sexual harassment in workplaces nationwide, to the Nobel Peace Prize being won by those working to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war, this year was all about advocating for women’s rights. Women and gender equality activists from around the globe are using their voices to call out inequality and rally communities for a better future for all.

As 2018 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at stories from some of the women who rose against injustice, defied stereotypes and inspired us all.

read more in www.unwomen.org

The 6 Fundamental Skills Every Leader Should Practice

There’s an old story about a tourist who asks a New Yorker how to get to the storied concert venue Carnegie Hall and is told, “Practice, practice, practice.”  Obviously, this is good advice if you want to become a world-class performer — but it’s also good advice if you want to become a top-notch leader.

Over the past year we have been writing the HBR Leader’s Handbook — a primer for aspiring leaders who want to take their careers to the next level. As part of our research for the book, we interviewed over 40 successful leaders of large corporations, startups, and non-profits to get their views about what it takes to become a leader. We also explored several decades of research on that subject published in HBR; and we reflected on our own experience in the area of leadership development.

read more in hbr.org

The Four Biggest New Things We Learned About Human Evolution In 2018

2018 was a banner year for discoveries about our species's evolution and extinct relatives like the Neanderthals. Here are the biggest finds, sorted according to how they fit into our evolutionary story.

The Little Foot skeleton may be an unrecognised species

Little Foot is a near-complete skeleton of an Australopithecus, a kind of hominin that lived in Africa between 2 and 4 million years ago. Ronald Clarkeof the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa found the skeleton in Sterkfontein cave in the 1990s and has spent 20 years meticulously excavating it. The first detailed analyses finally came out in late November. Little Foot was an elderly female who seems to have sustained an arm injury in her youth. She ate an almost entirely vegetarian diet.

read more in www.forbes.com

Transforming a Traditional Bank into an Agile Market Leader

While big banks in the U.S. and Europe have been grappling for almost a decade with how best to go digital, a modest-sized bank in Asia, DBS Bank Ltd., with assets of SGD 541.5 billion (US$394.7 billion) as of September 2018, has come from nowhere with a solution: Don’t try to figure out how to acquire digital capabilities. Instead, think like a fintech company and transform your business completely. The strategy is working: The compound annual growth of the bank’s net profit from 2014, when the transformation process started, to 2017 was 2.7 percent, and the first nine months of 2018 showed net profits up 36 percent compared with the same period the previous year.

read more in www.strategy-business.com

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