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Become a Volunteer at WordCamp Europe 2017 in Paris

I was always intrigued and amazed how an event like WordCamp Europe gets so well organized and prepared. And every time, there were always lots of volunteers to help all the attendees and make them feel at home. I wanted to experience this from the other side and together with my wife, I joined the volunteers’ crew this year at WordCamp Europe in Vienna. It was a blast and I also had the honor to be a speaker!

After the event, I wanted to experience one more piece of WordCamp Europe that I haven’t had a chance to be a part of. So I applied to be a part of the organizing team for WordCamp Europe 2017 in Paris. And I am so happy to say that I’m a part of the volunteers’ organizing team lead by Luca!

The call for volunteers is already out for a couple of weeks! If you’d like to experience first hand what it means to be a part of an event like WordCamp Europe, if you like helping people, and if you love WordPress and its great community, then you should definitely apply to become a WordCamp Europe 2017 volunteer. Find out more about what being a volunteer is all about here.

Looking forward to making WordCamp Europe 2017 in Paris the best one yet. Together!


Why I Love TED Talks

I love them because they are awesome! Watching a TED talk can either educate you, inspire you or boost your creative thinking and quite often it does all of that at the same time! As their website states, TED is all about the ideas worth spreading, no doubt there.

My favorite TED talk is called The electric rise and fall of Nikola Tesla,  it is performed by Marco Tempest and you can watch the full video and get stunned by its awesomeness right here:

One other very interesting fact about TED is how many people get involved with the whole idea and how they contribute. TED talks get translated to different languages thanks to the community that supports TED and this is an ongoing process which found its place in almost every country in the world. These two translations to Serbian are my small contribution to the whole idea (I added them while I was working as a Head of Customer Happiness team at ManageWP):

Please, please, people. Let’s put the ‘awe’ back in ‘awesome’

Embrace the near win