Self-perception versus other people’s perception

An everyday story on setting the bar Lately I was running in the cold, early morning. On my way back I noticed that my hairdresser had already opened their store. Fact: Yes, I need to get my hair cut very soon. Then some interesting conversation between different parts in my head started. For now I […]

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The Chocolate Bar

Did you ever buy yourself a chocolate bar and eat it? And did you smell the delicious chocolate before the first bit?Did you taste those many delicious nuances of cocoa on your tongue?Did you perceive how each piece of it is melting in your mouth?Did you maybe notice traces of cocoa butter visible onto the […]

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Freakin’ tiny pieces! Inspiration for a (new) handicraft product

Since almost two years I am mainly using soap bars instead of shower gel in plastic blottles. What kept bothering me all the time is: over time a soap bar gets smaller and smaller…. and at a point it falls apart into tiny pieces that feel annoying to use for showering Now, what to do? […]

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Trials over experiments – Or: a fool with a tool is still…

… a fool? Yesterday I felt triggered to state my opinion on personality tests (again). On twitter. Other people’s answers triggered more and broader thinking on this. Later in the day I had a great conversation with an occupational psychologist. We were NOT talking about personality tests in particular but about my expertise in agile […]

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On purposeful jewellery and living as an Agile Coach

A while ago I accidentally stumbled across the Eckhard-Busch-Stiftung by which is a German charity organisation aiming to support people impacted by mental health in different ways: through supporting research, families & friends and to make it okay to talk about mental health in our society. People with mental illnesses and in mental crisis’ are […]

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Impulse talk on ‘Agile Productmanagement’ @ AgileTable Bodensee [*DE]

Zu unserem 20. Treffen des Agile Table Bodensee am 27. Mai 2019 haben wir zum ersten Mal über 100 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer begrüßen dürfen. Die bewährte Kooperation mit Sabine Rossbach von der GPM Regionalgruppe Friedrichshafen und das hochaktuelle Thema ‘Agiles Produktmanagement’ unseres Impulsgebers Prof. Dr. Jürgen Münch hat uns unerwartet viele Anmeldungen beschert – auch […]

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Apple blossoms

Life with plastic, it’s NOT fantastic

End of March a local initiative spontaneously started a plastic fasting challenge and our appartment house got invited as well. Caring about sustainable living and because I’m naturally curious what I can improve, I decided to join: Sharing sparked conversations sparked learning (sparked change) First of all, sharing this challenge on Twitter and with friends […]

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Using the space that emerged wisely

About a month ago my 6-Minutes-Diary ran out of pages. One thing was crystal clear: I wanted to keep the journaling routine as it has value for different ‘customers’ of different ‘services’ in my life. In other words: establishing that habit and ‘making a vow’ worked really well. It didn’t take long to decide what […]

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The streak – a story on habits, on bragging and on limiting beliefs

Recently I noticed a difference in something that is already a routine for me. At first, I didn’t spend much attention or even appreciation to that. Why? Yeah, because it appeared like a “small unimportant thing” for me. (sidenote: I learned that this kind of deprecational, judgemental thinking can contribute to serious health problems… but […]

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Courage is fear walking

So, I’ve been quite brave this morning. Some would say “nah, that was just a trivial, little thing” or “don’t brag with that”. This blog post is not about bragging. And it is also not about measuring or comparing my action. It is about gratitude. It is about inspiration. It is about life. Let’s start […]

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