Hi there! I am Yana and welcome to my blog.
Fast facts about me: CPA, MBA, Big4, Belbin Plant, MBTI-INTJ.
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Murmansk - Helsinki- Bonn - Dusseldorf - Luxembourg - Zurich.
Journalism- Stock Market - Finance - Consulting - HR - Tax - Banking Compliance.
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Tag Archives: Movies
Just finished the 3rd season of House of cards. Wow. I probably need to start over (slowly this time) to really absorb everything. It’s amazing how often all characters are pushed to their limits – quit under pressure, say something … Continue reading
I loved Gone Girl movie and I loved the book even better. Some people may say that the main character, Amy, is insidious bitch or vindictive liar, or both. She checks all imaginable boxes of male insecurities: better educated, makes … Continue reading
I love House of Cards, I practically worship it – because it is symbolic on so many levels. And it’s a great source of bold career advice. Let’s follow what Frank Underwood did when he didn’t get his promotion. Accept … Continue reading
According to my American friends and colleagues, customer-focused mentality or a decent customer service are nowhere to be found in Luxembourg. Said Americans usually claim that restaurant service here is incredibly slow, doctor’s appointments take forever to schedule and when … Continue reading
Watching the second season of the “House of cards” is quite an experience. It’s intense, dark, personal and intellectually stimulating political drama, and I found it better than any kind of leadership training. Frank Underwood, a former Congressman becoms the … Continue reading