Play outside the fence

We all have our routines, our events and networks, our ways of making sense of the world. It all kind of makes sense in our little garden, we know where things are, and that is why we like it. I am going to propose something different: Go somewhere else. Have clients in a specific industry … Continue reading Play outside the fence

Book: Values-based

https://read.amazon.co.uk/kp/embed?asin=B07RNGQQNH&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_E1h2CbVN2NR4P   "Values-based - Career and Life Changes that make Sense" This short, practical book helps you identify core pain points and then helps you do something about them. We go deep and then make it practical so you can make the kind of change that is going to start moving things in a better … Continue reading Book: Values-based

Values and decisions

If values are what makes you YOU, decisions are how they come to life in practice. You are striving to reach a goal (several, probably). Is there a connection between your values and the goal you are working towards? It is infinitely powerful when that clicks. You want that to click. That’s where the magic comes in, … Continue reading Values and decisions

Values: Personal versus professional: On segmentation and its discontents

When I bring up the topic of values or decisions, often, something interesting happens. "Personal or professional", I hear some of you say. This distinction seems to matter. For some, it the first thing needing clarification to be able to continue with the conversation. Just to make this clear: That is some strong segmentation going … Continue reading Values: Personal versus professional: On segmentation and its discontents

Stillness and deep listening

What do you really want? Like, deep-down really? If-you-knew-you-couldn't-fail really? If-I-could-start-over-again really? We often don't take the time nor space to listen to what is inside ourselves. This requires some stepping back, removing yourself from your normal routines, from the kind of conversations you are always having. And just sitting with it. As Rilke said, … Continue reading Stillness and deep listening