As managers, we often forget that we are (the biggest) part of the problem.. Do your employees ask you questions you feel they should know the answer to? Do they seem to lack creativity and assertiveness? You might be able to fix this problem with a slight tweak in your own communication. Admit it, we … Continue reading Managers: let’s not immediately answer questions – how to listen first
You can pick your attitude, change your posture, tell yourself better things, achieve more (or less) connection to people, be more punctual, more relaxed or more structured. You can choose to be(have) a certain way. Don't be fooled by your father who said: you're just like me, son. Or teachers who tell you you are … Continue reading Reinvent yourself – take ownership and be(have) a certain way
Dust yourself off. Pick yourself up. Sleep well and be rested. Ready to go. Yesterday was only yesterday. Tomorrow can still be anything you imagine it might be. Every morning you have a choice. Will you linger on yesterdays mistakes or will you choose to see the new day as a blank canvas, tabula rasa. … Continue reading Try again tomorrow – don’t be hard on yourself
Life used to be simple. We live in an age of knowledge in which we are constantly bombarded by impressions. From a young age we are expected to make life choices. Many of us feel that we are forced to make decisions without having the time to properly explore our options. In my teens and … Continue reading Too many options – what career to (re)choose?
To all the youngsters out there, hurry up. Grow up. Be quick. Don't miss out. Seriously, what is the rush? These days, we can expect to live 70, 80 or 90 years, so take your time. Find your passion, discover your strengths and your peculiarities. Spend your 20's gaining experience, trying things out and just … Continue reading Speed of life – you’re not missing out, take your time
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