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How are you? Three times.

I encourage you to do a quick exercise. Imagine you're in front of your best friend and (s)he's asking you "How are you?". What is your answer? And then again "How are you?" Notice how your answers changes a bit. And then again "How are you, really?" Now, we're...

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Good morning

It is the dawn of the new year. I will not talk about resolutions, but how about we talk about how the things we do influence our future. Take your time and really answer these questions. It's probably the best thing you could do today, if you allow yourself some...

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Something meaningful

It's mid-December when I write this post and, in the world I know, we start to think of what presents we could offer for Christmas to our loved ones. I want to suggest that our gifts to friends and family should have the following qualities: - they should be...

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Not linear

Becoming successful is not linear. Becoming rich is not linear. Becoming famous is not linear. After all: the best stories come out from the dramatic peaks in the charts. Examples: Steve Jobs comeback after being fired from Apple. Trump. Germany. Japan. Healing is not...

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Time eaters and time savers

Indecisions, second thoughts, doubts... all these are time eaters. In a recent post, I talked about instinct and how it may guide us better than our conscient mind can, most of the times. Why is that? Our instinct holds the blueprint of us in the best shape. It wants...

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When thinking fails… don’t think

What happened to the old "follow your gut"? I strongly advise against not thinking through. With the exception of 2 cases that come to mind right now: When taking small or mildly important decisions We might get up ending swirling around with no end. If it's a simple...

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Stop the noise

Buy now Click here Sign up Read quick Breaking news We're bombarded with distractors inciting us to act now and think later. Black Friday. The obligation to react. It's cheaper, must buy. How can we stop the noise? First by seeing it as noise. Realizing that the...

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Too small

The Dalai Lama said: "If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito". While this alone would be enough subject to meditate, I would just like to encourage you to think on what in your immediate vicinity you're not too small to make...

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Creating options

When stuck, take some distance, change focus, zoom out. When you're feeling pressure and can phrase it out, just add an "I believe that..." or "My opinion is...". It will create some space to breathe. When you feel disempowered when performing an action, just add the...

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