Recently I started to follow " new international magazine on communication, international relations and all things creative " - a magazine on internet called Creativeroom4talk. I found them after they approached me and asked to do an interview about me. The editorial staff seems to have a good sense of humor. ( Yes, they would have to have, since they've made a decision to ask to interview me. )
On December 14, 2015 they wrote about my favorite item - Nothing :
Since there hasn’t been a huge exposure in this respect, this is the right time for one magazine to get on with the mission to spread BS-free material – So here we go once again with a list on how to get nothing done.
What kind of magazine would this be, if we didn’t provide you with a heavy load of highly useful information now and then? As there is a heavy competition on the quality content market, this is the one piece of solid information we would like to be ranked globally as one of the most influential pieces of personal advice for growth.
Getting shit done is always nice, and half-arsed shit don't impress me much, but why bother at all if there is a possibility to take the situation, you know, not so tight-arsed ? I myself have successfully conducted some personal experiments on this sector, and I can warmly recommend their list of 5 great ways on how to get nothing done.
Sharing is caring, as you know, and the following list is our contribution to the many, many lists of methods and theories on managing your shit. These are our 5 great ways of doing absolutely nothing successfully : ...
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Would you like to know how to NOTHING successfully in 5 ways?
Written and published by © 2016 Tiina Hölli 06.03.2016 at 18:57
Being Nothing -
[ Conceptual ]
T i i n a H ö l l i
... says she
doesn't give a shit,
[ paskat nakkaa ]
but still thinks amazingly much about
and Being ...
... has some Knowledge
and / or vice versa.
[ Loves Immaterial ]
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Tiina Hölli : - Lila -
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