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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

yanshee:Cokerie M 10 by yanshee Around the stairs we go into...

yanshee : Cokerie M 10 by yanshee Around the stairs we go into desolation

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the...

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source .

previouslylovedplaces: Kipp Teague A luxury wasted, a...

previouslylovedplaces : Kipp Teague A luxury wasted, a decadent two story home.

Designs by town.and.concreteCyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon,...

Designs by town.and.concrete Cyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon, France) is a French architect and art director. After 15 years working for some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles, Cyril Lancelin decided to start his own creative studio in 2016 -  town and concrete . Since is architecture diploma in 1999, he has been working on the habitat and their boundaries. Lives and Works in Paris.Currently working on a wide range of commissions, mainly privates houses. Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja

Designs by town.and.concreteCyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon,... crss

Designs by town.and.concrete Cyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon, France) is a French architect and art director. After 15 years working for some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles, Cyril Lancelin decided to start his own creative studio in 2016 -  town and concrete . Since is architecture diploma in 1999, he has been working on the habitat and their boundaries. Lives and Works in Paris.Currently working on a wide range of commissions, mainly privates houses. Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja crss

No.1 Relationship Killer: Your Good Intention to Advise Your Partner When They're Upset

Imagine that after an extremely difficult day at the office, a man comes home to his significant other. All he wants to do is relax and get some of the stress off his chest. When he’s finished talking, however, his partner starts going on and on about what he should or shouldn’t have done throughout the day. Or what about the situation where a woman buys herself a new outfit that she loves. She took a lot of time picking it out and feels really good about the way she looks with it on. So, she wears it out one day with her family. Her significant other notices the new dress and offers this critique: “It makes you look fat.” Both of these situations happen far more frequently than they should and neither one is healthy for relationships. You can only imagine how the rest of those stories went, and all because of some unsolicited advice. Most of the time, your significant other just wants someone to listen to them. As you go about your daily life, try to avoid giving criticisms or of

How Successful Leaders Give Honest Feedback That Inspires People and Does Not Hurt Their Ego

Leader’s are the most scrutinized, misinterpreted and misunderstood people in the world. As a leader, you must be cognizant of your tone, body language and your word choice. You have to be firm but not overbearing, assertive but never aggressive, friendly but never to familiar…and the list goes on. Good leadership is akin to walking a tight-rope while juggling knives and being chased by a lion. Communicating as a leader is never easy. Effective communication and good leadership are synonymous. They are espoused. If the two ever divorce, efforts, organizations, and vision become orphans struggling to survive in a dysfunctional home. One particular aspect of communication trips up more leaders than anything else…and that is providing feedback to those they lead. It’s tricky terrain to navigate. There are so many extremes and variations of feedback, from the angry boss that no one can please, to the leader who provides no feedback whatsoever. Understanding and appreciating the value a

crossconnectmag: Money Sculpture, Paintings and Maps by Justine...

crossconnectmag : Money Sculpture, Paintings and Maps by Justine Smith Paper has always been a primary material in the work of Justine Smith .     Her current work is concerned with the concept of money and how it touches almost every aspect of our lives. She is interested in money as a conduit of power and also in the value systems with which we surround it. On a physical level a banknote is just a piece of paper, but it is what a banknote actually represents that is central to Smith’s work.  Through her collages, prints and sculptures she examines our relationship with money in a political, moral and social sense, whilst also exploiting the physical beauty of the notes. She has exhibited her work in galleries and museums internationally. Notable collections include the British Council, The British Library, and the UK Government Art Collection along with many international corporations, financial institutions and private collections. She lives and works in Lon