This is the first of a series of blog posts about how we set and track goals at Subvisual.
We’ve been experimenting a lot during the last years and we’ve also tried to have one year without defining any goals, just going with the flow and taking all the opportunities that arise.
We ended the year with one big learning: setting goals is important. Not because last year wasn’t a good one (in retrospect, we’ve had great achievements and a lot of happy moments), but because without goals we couldn’t have a clear way to measure our progress. …
Your brain is constantly building new neural pathways and, if you’re staying at home, this can be the perfect opportunity to start breaking bad habits and replacing them with some good ones.
You and your plastic brain are constantly being shaped by the world around you. Understand that everything you do, everything you encounter, and everything you experience is changing your brain.
To help you define what good habits you could be creating during this time at home, here’s a list of the ones I consider essential.
Making our bed in the morning might seem like something…
At Subvisual, we never assume we know everything. We know there’s something new to learn every day. We also know that one of the best ways to learn is to put your hands on and share. That’s why we focus on training and continuous learning opportunities.
In 2020 we want to keep crafting our training opportunities.
If you want to pursue a career in technology and product, we have two programs in store for you! Our Apprentice and Summer Camp program.
In these programs, you’ll work in a creative environment with a mentor.
A mentor is a member of our…
I grew up watching Disney movies, listening to their music and singing them at home, school, bus, car… everywhere. Like a lot of kids, Timon and Pumba’s song was one of my favorites, and it played in my head almost every single day (ok, I have to admit, it still happens). I have no idea of how many times I heard and sang that music, but I know that it never occurred to me that “Hakuna Matata” wasn’t invented for the movie.
I discovered the origin of “Hakuna Matata” unintentionally. I was scrolling on Facebook when I found a newspaper…