Shame, guilt and leadership

Shame, guilt and leadership

A month back I unexpectedly found myself at a newly founded bookclub and was confronted with the fact that over the last years I really haven’t been reading much (Harry Potter fanfiction excluded). That’s not a bad thing if I wouldn’t actually enjoy...
The Ultimate Goal Check

The Ultimate Goal Check

Admission: I’m a procrastinator at heart. I wanted to share a lot more on goals last month, but then my imposter syndrome kicked in and I had a billion other easier things to do, so I let it slide… That’s pretty ironic, given the fact I wanted to talk to you...
Actually Reaching the Goals you set: AgileMe

Actually Reaching the Goals you set: AgileMe

It’s december once more, such a perfect month to set new goals (aka resolutions) and then break them at your earliest convenience. I’ve been there. Oh, I’ve been there so often. I used to set many, many goals. If I ever accomplished them it was pure chance...
5 Tips to improve your Gratitude Practice

5 Tips to improve your Gratitude Practice

So earlier this week I promised I’d share some tips for a better gratitude practice and here they are! Tip #1: Focus on the specific day Yes, you can dutifully write down every day that you are grateful for your health, but that way you’re turning your practice...
How to develop a Gratitude Practice

How to develop a Gratitude Practice

How to Hero: Your Gratitude Practice 8 years ago, I bought a car. It was a lovely Toyota Aygo. A red one, with white stripes. Best racing car ever. It went by the name Chuckie. Named after Chuck Norris, not the creepy doll.   Anyway, all of a sudden I would see Aygos...
5 Heroic Ways to deal with Obstacles

5 Heroic Ways to deal with Obstacles

I used to think heroes are able to fix any problem instantly and without outside help. I couldn’t (shock, I discovered I’m actually human). Which left me feeling pretty shitty about myself. But as I did some research I discovered there’s very few...