There we go… After exactly 4 years it’s time to move on. This month is the last month in my current job. People say that the change is a good thing and I have to agree. Truth is that in the recent past, I felt like I’ve lost lot’s of my motivation. I also felt like I’m rotting right where I am. I felt like there is nothing more to learn. No more challenges to overcome and very fever support for any kind of improvement. Don’t get me wrong. I loved what I was doing. Organization of the biggest trade fair for electrical industry in the Czech Republic is a huge thing. I am grateful for opportunity I got here at the AMPER trade fair. I also would like to think, that I’ve proved myself and did good job. Anyways, if I wanted to boost my work appetite, I knew something got to change. All these things forced me to look elsewhere and I was very lucky in doing so. Continue reading
Lately I felt like my year is not ended by the New Year’s Eve, but by the end of our AMPER trade fair. This biggest event for the electricians and fans of electrical engineering in the Czech and Slovak Republic ended yesterday, therefore I might say that I am yet again one year older.
It is suitable to look back and evaluate last 365 days of my existence, but it will need few days off to do that. Right now what I want to do is publishing some highlight of the project I was preparing for the whole passed year. Let’s take a look at the AMPER 2017. Continue reading
AMPER 2017 Trade Fair has begun. It had been quite busy day as usual, and as usual everything turned from bad to batter. Event launched with couple hiccups but it is set to the smooth, and still electrifying atmosphere. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you, to all people who work very hard to make AMPER great. To all the electricians, graphical designers, technicians, cleaning ladies, security guards, and even to the lovely old lady in the cloakroom. To all those people which I do not know by name, but yet they make their work properly and make actually AMPER happen. Continue reading
I love this moment before the Trade Fair starts. That moment of clarity in the exhibition hall, which comes with 9 p.m. the day before the D-day. Everything is bright and shiny, something covered up, somewhere some lasts minutes assemblies, but overall prepared. Exhibition hall is silent, you would hear a needle falling on the floor, last couple cleaning ladies in the corridors and you can feel inpatient expectation from the air. It is almost like the exhibition hall is living organisms with all the booths representing an organs and with corridors as a veins. Organism made to measure just for this one special purpose – to entertain, to represent, to make business. And tomorrow it will!
Come to see by yourself, would love to show you around!
Everyone wants to be part of something, belong somewhere, and be known in the community. (I am not talking about “special” guys with social problems. I’ll be talking about a normal people.) It is one of the basic needs of mankind, well documented by many scientists and I guess all of us remember our childhood and childish gangs we’ve been parts of. When we are born, this need is fulfiled by the smallest group possible, the family. During our growing up years it is the bunch of children in a sports team, or drug gangs (depends on how lucky you are) and this forms you along with other things till you are mature. Then we would like to contribute to something bigger than we are, something meaningful, and something that will last even after we’ll turn to dust and ashes. Continue reading