2020 goals and strategy of Cruising Review and Pepe.G6
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Efficiency and Optimization of Time.
Building a Digital Nomad office based on PDF documents.
Content Creator Cockpit Device.
As the world pandemic increases, an increased awareness of the daily essential needs is worth considering.
Now is the time to develop a strategy to survive a long-term diminishing resources.
Here are the basics: Strategize, Water, Food, and Power.
The newest video out from the creative labs at CruisingReview. View the epic panorama of French Polynesia and the mystical South Pacific islands by helicopter.
Ever wonder what big, is too big ? Look no further than the MSC Bellissima. If you want product and service shorting, long lines, poor passenger experience, overcrowding, unhappy staff, and getting paper receipts (filled out in triplicate), book this ship.
Major focus. Streamlining. Do what you do in a better way, and you will be rewarded. This is eluded to in the book, Extreme Ownership. but more defined, by you.
Set yourself free. Unleash your productivity, unabashed creativity, and bloom. Develop your own magical process. Sketch your own personal drawing, color it with a sunrise, to make a work of art.
Now streamlining the process is the bullseye. If I can help you along the way, even better. At the end of the day, is always a beautiful sunset.
Conrad Maldives Ithaa Undersea Restaurant.
Dysfunction MSC Bellissima Ship Monday: Internet confusion, dysfunctional point of sales system, even the kids were complaining.
The MSC Bellissima is a ship with huge passenger capacity and huge problems. This is a perfect example of when too big is too much. These mega-class ships will be doomed, just as the A380 for Airbus. This article goes in-depth to why it doesn’t work well.
Dysfunctional Ship Wednesday: Had Second and final meeting with guest services. We requested access to yacht club level for more space and better lunch options. Request was denied. They said that people were already complaining in yacht club level (that it was overcrowded and service issues). The emerging consensus is that when the ship is fully booked and cannot function properly. It is either understaffed or unable to meet design parameters of the ship. This is a management issue, or the ship is poorly designed and does not meet published capacity. If you cannot get yacht club level do not book on this ship, or you most likely will have a poor experience.