Think like an investor. When it comes to choices around time, money, food, sleep, work... any choices really. When considering the different choices, again, think like an investor... An investor is always thinking about ROI. To imagine what might be a good decision*, an investor is always asking himself: What will the Return On Investment … Continue reading Post #72. Think Like An Investor – Think ROI.
We all want different things... We want to be entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, doctors, businessmen and a lot of other things... But it’s really essential to ask deeper questions to define what you’re really looking for in that thing, goal, achievement, title, circumstance... And you might just see that “that thing” can be found in many … Continue reading Post #71. Are We Digging For Gold With Our Pockets Full of It?
In a social situation, we all have times when we feel fully alive, engaged and completely present... We love these moments... And when the opposite occurs... When that voice inside of us creeps in and tells us things such as “I know I can be better than this.” or “I have no idea what to say. … Continue reading Post #70. The Art of Connection
Sometimes we feel awful, sometimes wonderful... It’s the nature of living... It just is this way... We feel whatever we feel... But can it be of use to anything more than just “feelings in the moment”? My belief is that emotion is one of our greatest teachers... It teaches us about ourselves... What do I … Continue reading Post #69. Emotional Feedback
“The problem is not information overload, it’s filter failure.” - Clay Shirky Nowadays, its so easy to drown in all the choices, stuff, opportunities, thoughts, dreams that are presented to us, through social media, movies, books, podcasts... This is all great but... See... If we’re standing in the valley, looking up at the mountains we wish … Continue reading Post #68. Coping With Information Overload Elegantly
Hey there! Hope you’re doing great. Hope you’re using this day, enjoying it and truly making the very best out of it. Whatever that means to you... (Peace, excitement, service, love, connection, growth, beauty, integrity, creativity? It’s essential for all of us to clarify what matters most to us in a day.) For my part... … Continue reading Post #67. On The Art of Starting Small
Hi! The past days I’ve been traveling through southern Sweden and Denmark, exploring the coast, swimming and taking far walks in nature. I’m with my dear friend and brother from Afghanistan, catching up, laughing & joking way too much. Currently I’m in Copenhagen, in a café, due to an interview I was planning to do … Continue reading Post #66. Create Some “Life-Boxes” to Manage Your Time Better
Hey there! Long time, no see... Been out exploring the southern east coast of Sweden the past days. Feels good to have rested a bit from all the buzzes, beeps, dongs and dings... simply to let the sound of the ocean, birds and sleepy villages come forth. So, today I want to write about something … Continue reading Post #65. On Clarifying Our Deepest Longings
"Misdirection is the art of initiating a train of thought in the mind of a spectator." - Alan Alan, Escapologist and illusionist In this chapter, Jamie repeats ideas on the outside-in misunderstanding, to really get them through. This misunderstanding, the outside-in misunderstanding, tells us that, in order to feel different, we need to have a … Continue reading Post #64. On The Power of Principles
Have you heard of Human Centric Leadership? Or maybe Conscious Capitalism? Through the work of the author & leadership consultant Simon Sinek, I’ve been introduced to this idea of Human Centric Leadership in a very real way. It’s a trend that’s happening now when leaders of organisations are recognising that the essence of their organisation is … Continue reading Post #63. Human Centric Leadership