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Free resources

The free resources are in the blog. The blog is organized in two ways:

First, there’s the categories and here’s what every category means:

Second, there’s the tags. Tags are topics.

For instance, if the topic is ‘gratitude’ and the category is ‘the armory’ you’ll find articles with useful tools to practice gratitude.

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 reading, but I do...

3 lessons from starting my hero business

 “True belonging is the spiritual practice of believing in and belonging to yourself so deeply that you can share your most authentic self with the world and find sacredness in both being a part of something and standing alone in the wilderness. True belonging doesn’t...

15 prompts for new experiences

My dear friend Lotte is my ultimate buddy when it comes to personal growth. “Have you seen this Ted-talk?” she’ll message me, or: “Have you checked out this course/challenge?”, “Have you tried this app?”, “Have you seen this movie?” and “Have you been to…?” (I’m no...

Test: How do you deal with Goals?

What’s your relationship with goals? Is it all about panic, luck or control? Do the test and find out! Answer each of the following statements with whether you mostly ‘agree’, mostly ‘disagree’ or ‘N/A’.Planning I set goals for most of the things I work on. I like to...

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 about...

Lizzie Velasquez and personal courage

Sometimes I think that despite my goals I just don’t have what it takes to make a difference. I think I’m not charismatic enough. Not fun enough. Not good enough. I blame my past and personality. I think being a hero is reserved to those with an amazing background and...

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 (Such as:...

Best Gratitude Journal Apps

The secret behind every successful practice is to make it as effortless as possible. I don't think any digital tool will ever beat the joy of using my hardcover journal and pen for me (5/5: full flexibility!), but if you're more digital minded, maybe you’ll enjoy one...

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 into a...

Maggie Doyne and BlinkNow

When I’m thinking of heroes basing their efforts on gratitude, the first person who comes to mind is Maggie Doyne. Maggie was just 20 when her visit in Nepal changed her life, as well as the lives of many others. She didn't need a fancy degree or lots of experience to...