Planning trips – The ultimate checklist for business trips

If you are a frequent traveller, two things always happen. First, you will forget to take or do something before leaving; second, you will forget something in the hotel room, never to be found again. Here is the checklist I created after losing yet another shirt. Having a checklist helps a lot to pack at home and pack at the hotel.

The only working method to regular progress

The power of every day. Not every two days or twice a week. Every day! If you want to improve, then improve every day. This is what is going to happen for this blog. Otherwise, at it happened in the last six month, the blog will have little new content.

The stress of having time

having time

“I don’t have time” is the main excuse to explain why we don’t do fitness, learn a new language, play golf, learn to paint, read… The list of things we want to do is always expanding and is often a source of regrets. But what happens when there is time, after retirement or success in business for example? In this … Read More

Patience – a rarely used leadership skill

Use patience

The culture of leadership is about doing, doing more, more efficiently and for longer periods. Patience is not on any recommended skill list, but it should. The higher you get, the more patience you must have. The higher you get, the more patience you need Patience is not something you put on your CV, but if you are an executive, you … Read More

Simon Sinek – how great leaders inspire action

If you don’t know Simon Sinek this Ted talk is the best way to start. His moto “start with why” has change the way people thing about life and business. It’s one of the most popular TED talks with more than 26M views.

Is multitasking the new way of working?

I recently watched a video promoting a new software, the “next generation business software”. During the video, notifications appear -very- often allowing for a fast change in the flow of work. This can be seen as helping the user to multitask (positive view) or distracting the user from the important tasks (negative view). In this article I’ll present some ideas pro multitasking and some … Read More