OOP 2020 – Into the Unknown – My Sketchnotes

What sums up already many learnings and inspiration I got at OOP ‘software meets business’ conference 2020 are my sketchnotes. As they already got requested in high-res and downloadable, this is my first addition to my OOP 2020 – Minimum Viable Blogpost. Enjoy! Btw: High-res downloads are here. 🙂

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OOP 2020 – Into The Unknown – Minimum Viable Blogpost

This year I decided to try a new approach to blogging after a full week of OOP ‘software meets business’ conference: no more telling myself “this needs to be a full review” (whatever kind of “full” that is ;-)), no more “waiting until I have collected all that what I wanted to write-up”. On Learning […]

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10 reasons why you should _NOT_ start Bullet Journaling (III)

Do you still keep your structured daily journal? Or even worse: are you still keen on starting one? Obviously you didn’t read parts one and two of this series. Wait, you DID?? And you’re still convinced that you should start with Bullet Journaling pretty soon? Then here are two more arguments that should finally stop […]

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How to quit smoking?!

My answer on “How to quit smoking?” would be “Instantly! If need be with professional help!”. Of course, because: we already learned that smoking has VERY BAD effects on the human body and health, haven’t we? “She is smoking??” If you know me personally, you might know: I do not smoke. “So why does she […]

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10 reasons why you should _NOT_ start Bullet Journaling (II)

After reading the first part of this “Beware of Bullet Journaling”-series, I hope that – IF you practised this method to free your self to achieve what truly matters to you – already stopped doing it. 😉 If not, here are three more arguments why you should really stop it! In fact, Bullet Journaling can […]

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10 reasons why you should _NOT_ start Bullet Journaling (I)

As you might remember, I started reading ‘The Bullet Journal Method’ by Ryder Carroll early in May this year (see this last post for details). The intention back then was to learn about this method to then decide if Bullet Journaling is the next step and boost on my journaling journey. For Christmas I collected […]

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Agile Living – Eine Kurzgeschichte [DE]

[Update 06/2020: für alle digitalen Lese-Fans gibt es inzwischen eine eBook-Ausgabe unseres Buches (z.B. hier bei Buch7)] [Update 01/2020: nun gibt es auch ein Glossar zum Buch (klick) – für alle neugierigen und gerne dazu lernenden Menschen. Sehr empfehlenswert!] Wir befinden uns im Jahr 2011. Constanze, Anfang 30 und Informatikerin, steht bereits seit einigen Jahren […]

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Critical Mass

On agile values coming to life – yes, life, for real! Imagine someone having a clear vision – a vision no smaller than saving the planet. Then they call for action to gather with bicycles on a cold, it-could-rain-again-anytime day. And people follow that call! I witnessed exactly this last week while attending a Critical […]

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Minimalism

Yesterday I watched a documentary about three people on their individual journey with minimalism. There was a single parent with a big house slowly trying to get rid of hundreds of hundreds of things (clothes for themselves, kids clothes, toys, unused things in general). There was a person in their fifties having to move after […]

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moss and brown autumn leaves being a metaphor for resilience and that there is always more than just one perspective

Running and resilience

“I am runner.” Whoa, there I said it! That sentence had already been a lot easier to say for me. It was the times when I was training to run 42km… or when I “at least” was able to run some half-marathon distance every other weekend. So much said on self-set mental bars and barriers. […]

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