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Tops of New York City

Some weeks ago, I went to NYC for the second time (actually it was a private trip πŸ™‚ ) and one of the things you really should do when staying at this amazing city, is to get UP. The top places are: Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building and the One World Trade Observatory. So, let’s see which one is best for you! We went to the Rockefeller Center (259 m) during our last stay in...

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Airplane Boarding – Relax And Watch The Queue

One of the most illogical behaviors of traveling people is the panic-fueled queuing for boarding. I really wonder about this every time – what is wrong with you, guys? You have your boarding pass, you have a SEAT and the selection of your seat neighbors is predetermined, too. The one and only logical reason for being first on-board, is when traveling with large cabin luggage (my very own definition of large cabin baggage is everything,...

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Billable, On-site, Utilization – Consulting Gobbledygook

Every profession has its own terminology – and so does ours. Let’s see what I can do for you, to summarize the most common expressions and their meaning!Billable & Non-Billable Hours A consultant working for a client, bills the hours spent to the client. Therefore, the consultant “isΒ  billable”, meaning the company, the consultant works for, earns money. You can also refer to these ours as “billable time”. You may have already guessed – there...

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Follow Me Around – A Trip To Belfast

Are you curious about what a “usual” consulting day may look like? Read this blog post about a typical travel day to Belfast!