Category Archives: Motivation
Good advice versus bad advice
“The most significant advice I have gotten and always like to pass forward is that people should find mentors to learn from. When you find a passion and develop goals, you are best supported by learning with others. If your goal is difficult, it will continue to be difficult, but your path will be clearerContinue reading “Good advice versus bad advice”
Be always ready to go on!
A transition may be he w or involuntary, but the will to go on should always be voluntary! A voluntary transition is when we start a new project, a new career or decide to quit a relationship. An involuntary transition is when we are forced to look for a new job as we get unemployed,Continue reading “Be always ready to go on!”
As always: little time, much to learn!
Time flies and everybody has a common challenge: we have a lot to learn, but always little time! A simple matrix can be keen to decide on where to put your efforts: Combine time and utility, and you get a simple 2×2 matrix with four quadrants: High utility, low time-to-learn: learn it right now! HighContinue reading “As always: little time, much to learn!”
The importance of the German language in German-speaking Europe
Authors: Lucas Migray / Sandra Santos The countries in the German-speaking Europe (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) are known for the fact that their inhabitants have good English skills. In fact, as a tourist you can get well around speaking only English. But what about the world of work? Today’s post is based on the experienceContinue reading “The importance of the German language in German-speaking Europe”
One day we won’t need this day
Have you ever heard about that say: “If you believe you can do something, or if you believe you can’t, you’re always right.” It’s always you who takes the final decision, isn’t it? The same applies for a job search situation. Many people, especially women, only apply for a job if they are able toContinue reading “Beliefs”
Some insights for the Post-Pandemic World
“Invention of World Wide Web” by nunecoe is licensed under CC PDM 1.0 The world has already changed a lot since the last months under pandemia and will be changing even more in the next months. Prior to the coronavirus many companies and many people spent a huge amount of time on discussing topics suchContinue reading “Some insights for the Post-Pandemic World”
An enormous feeling of gratitude, like that one which almost lets your heart explode inside your chest, is what I feel at the moment when I go back to the questionnaire I did a few weeks ago and check the results! When I prepared this questionnaire, I received help from all sides, but on theContinue reading “Pure Gratitude”
Quote of the Day
Hi there! Today is Sunday and in the morning, specially when I wake up earlier than the rest of the family and it’s raining outside, I start thinking about my projects and about my life. My daughter has just got her dream job! And it is an exercise of gratitude with life and a recognitionContinue reading “Quote of the Day”