Four efficient strategies that you can adopt to deal with them

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Even in the best companies, rude coworkers may occasionally surface. But you don’t need to silently suffer and endure everything.

We spend significant amounts of our time with our colleagues, but while we deliberately choose to be with some of these people, many of them are strangers.

As we know, these casual groups of colleagues can frequently result in the best kind of professional outcomes: satisfying collaborations, excellent work performance, and important friendships. But now and then, you’ll have to deal with a non-team player. …

At the end of this article, you will learn how to automatically set up multiple GTM accounts using selenium, google chrome, and python.

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In this first part of this series, we will examine how to automatically create multiple accounts using selenium, google chrome, and python. Unfortunately, there isn’t a GTM API’s method to create the accounts. This is the reason why we have to utilize this procedure.

In the second part, we will learn how to generate tags, variables, triggers, folders leveraging the GTM APIs.

Let’s quickly explain what GTM is. It’s simply a container that collects all your digital…

There’s no magic formula, but this is what I’ve learned during the last two months.

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While I’m writing this post, I’m crying. My heart is broken. I just walked my girlfriend to her car, she’s leaving. Yesterday, after an interminable conversation, we decided to take a break in our relationship. It’s the best thing to do. She can’t accept that I suffer from OCD. She’s so miserable, scared, lost and she cries all the time.

She doesn’t know how to handle this frightening situation. I can’t stand the fact that she is in so much pain. I prefer that she leaves for a while, to heal, to find herself again, and to clear her mind…

And the 4 questions, you should ask if you want your therapy to work.

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Today it was my sixth therapy session. After a great start, I’m starting to have doubts about the effectiveness of the therapy. During the first four sessions, I pulled out everything I’ve kept in for years. The hidden secrets that poisoned my mind came out, and they are not in my system anymore.

After having discussed and analyzed these facts, the last two sessions were like two great academic lectures, during which we talked about the most disparate topics: from Kantian morality to racism in psychiatry until the 70s. The problem, as I see it, is that these last sessions…

Google Vision AI can help you understand if a picture is a perfect match for your article. No coding required.

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Vision AI by Google is a cloud machine learning tool. It derives insights from your images, meaning that can detect emotions, objects, text, and much more.

As a marketing data scientist, I used Vision AI, for training advanced machine learning models. Once, I worked on an assignment and I analyzed all the top-performing advertising banners for a client. I investigated if there were common patterns in the images’ structures, explaining the reason for their outstanding performance. On another project, I…

Having someone storytelling the brutal reality of life is not an option, it’s vitally important.

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This story starts with my father. Dad was born in Italy in 1949, his sister in 1945. His father was a black American soldier and his mother a white Italian woman. He was abandoned by both parents and grew up on the streets. He was a black kid on his own, in a post-war racist country, where five years before there were racial laws, and people were deported like beasts to be eliminated. My grandfather spent several years in Italy from 1945 to 1951. We…

You wear a mask for so long, you forget who you were beneath it

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How would you explain to someone your OCD?

You can use the medical definition of course:

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that causes repeated unwanted thoughts or sensations (obsessions) or the urge to do something over and over again (compulsions). Some people can have both obsessions and compulsions.

The clinical definition so precise but aseptic, it scares people. They have to process something irrational and often even invisible.

To explain my condition, I prefer to use the metaphor of the mask. I’ve noticed that people tend to understand the condition better when it’s explained to them this way.

Before you’re perfect at something, you have to suck at it. That’s the truth

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How can you be perfect in practicing something from day one? What’s the trick?

Simple answer: you simply can’t. Period. Sure, there are some individuals proficient from day one, but they are exceptions.

Let me tell you a short story. When I was 12 and my brother, 6, we took the entrance exam for the Conservatory in Italy. The process is extremely selective, just the top talents get in. Italy is one of the top countries when it comes to musicians’ education. I applied for the…

While rates of mental illness are similar to the general population data, disparities are real about mental health care services.

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These days there is a lot of talk about the “Black Lives Matters” movement, racism, statistics about excessive use of force against the African American communities, etc. As a person of African-American descent on my father’s side and as a data scientist, I was curious to get some data to understand if African American communities are receiving a lower level of care when it comes to mental health.

I did some research. I’ve summarized some of the most interesting data…

Luigi Longo

Data scientist, Musician, Tech nerd, aspiring ultra-triathlete. Storyteller, using words & data, because writing is the best way to handle frustration

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