From time to time we’ll receive an offer that we can’t or don’t want to refuse: a new job, a role, or something that we always wanted to do. These offers come with a caveat: they want our time, more time. But, we dive right into them and forget everything around us. We sacrifice our time and our health for them. The situation is similar to a boxing match, in which we are getting hit on the head multiple times. Everything seems to be well for a while until our mind and/or body say “Enough! Stop it! I can’t take any more of this.” And then, we fall and everything around us becomes dark. How many of these boxing matches can we endure?Continue reading “How to spend time wisely”
Ich beschäftige mich mit Veränderungsprozessen und wollte wissen, wieso unser Gehirn Veränderungen manchmal eher verhindert als diese zuzulassen. Letztendlich geht es hierbei immer um Lernprozesse. Dabei bin ich auf einige sehr hilfreiche Präsentationen gestossen, die es mir leichter machen, mein Gehirn zu verstehen.Continue reading “Wie unser Gehirn Veränderungen unterstützt oder verhindert”
Have you ever received an email and shortly thereafter, the sender asking you whether you have either read it or even acted upon it? Why should you? It’s just a mail!
When you give a present to someone, you hope that the receiver likes it and uses it. But, once it is given the new owner decides what to do with it: use it, give it to someone else, or throw it away. Advice and any other feedback is just like a present. Therefore, don’t expect that the recipient will like it or act upon it either as you expected or not at all.