Tag: positivity

Dipping my toes into Appreciative Inquiry

Recently I read about a combined approach of Agile and Appreciative Inquiry (AI) called Appreciative Agile on http://appreciativeagile.com. The much I am familiar with Agile the less I am with AI. The fact that it’s grounded in academia – and especially in Positive Psychology – (and my curiosity) made me quickly research to learn a […]

How to make the (journaling) habit stick…

A week ago I started sharing my journaling journey with you. As of today I am journaling since 74 days, doing it daily on 72 of those and having made two days of pause. That data is from my habit tracking app which I also used to track the progress of my new journaling habit. […]

On using a daily journal

In summer this year Armin Schubert and me gave a couple of talks on a topic we are both truly passionate about: Gratitude. Basically we talked about how you can leverage insights from Positive Psychology in your day-to-day (work)life – and we shared a bunch of methods for individuals and team to foster flourishing and resilience. […]

It’s the little things

Seeing & valueing things you may have overseen in the past Today’s post is basically just this picture. I found those flowers on my parking lot. Needed to take a picture as their beauty touched me. The longer I practise seeing and appreciating “small” things the more I see of them. So changed perception seems […]

Keeping positive moments… and starting “stories for life”

Lately I had a couple of days in a row where several people gave me really nice feedback on various domains of my work & life. I felt I had to “serialize” them somehow so that I can load them into my RAM [1] again once I will face tough times. Thought it. Done it. […]