Giftedness

Giftedness is not what you do or how hard you work. It is who you are. You think differently. You experience life intensely. You care about injustice. You seek meaning. You appreciate and strive for the exquisite. You are painfully sensitive. You are extremely complex. You cherish integrity. Your truth-telling has gotten you in trouble.... Continue Reading →

Beginner’s Mind as my mantra

I have worked with key words and recently mantra words in order to easier focus on what truly matters to me. During the weekend I realized that what I'm striving for is the concept of Beginner’s Mind. My current three mantra words are open-mindedness, presence (here and now) and gratitude. These words can, at least... Continue Reading →

Beginner’s Mind

Linda Eskin links to my post Your teacup is full (Empty your cup) from her post Beginner’s Mind – The Power of the Empty Teacup. Linda places the story in an Aikido context. I like her conclusions. Beginner’s Mind is a sense of wonder, about skills, places, things, people, and even about ourselves. Practice it... Continue Reading →

My 3 words

In My 3 words for 2011 I list trust, connect and grow as my three guiding words. In New goals posted in October 2013 I list Connect and Interact, Communicate and to become location independent as my three goals. These goals are still valid. Peace, joy, simplicity I have now picked three new words. In... Continue Reading →

We all have an inner child

I found the video Everyone has a child inside in my Facebok stream. It's a lovely idea of caring for our inner child. Video: baby & me Watch the video below or on YouTube at baby&me.

The Rosie Project

While waiting at the station in Malmö I browsed the PocketShop store. I often do that, browse a book store without intent to buy anything. Books matter to me and give me a lot. I noticed "The Rosie Project" book and picked it up. It's marketed as fun and entertaining. A quick look inside supported... Continue Reading →

Vagabonding

Michelle Clarke at Michelle Clarke Coaching quoted Rolf Pott: Vagabonding is an outlook on life...it's about using prosperity and possibility to increase your personal options instead of your personal possessions. Vagabonding is about looking for adventure in normal life, and normal life within adventure. It's an attitude, an uncommon way of looking at life, a... Continue Reading →

Change is inevitable

Not accepting change Thx Change is inevitable! Deal with it I love that dialogue. One way to deal with change is to Work with me. I found the image at Brilliantly smart-ass responses to completely well-meaning signs.

How-To: When to Disconnect

This video is great, 90 seconds and you realize that there are times when you shall disconnect from the virtual world. Commercial From Thailand- Disconnect to connect Source: Beautiful Commercial From Thailand - Disconnect to connect.

Tiffany Shlain and Connected

A friend on Facebook posted a link to Webby Awards Founder and Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain (see video below). Brian Solis talks with Tiffany Shlain, filmmaker and Webby Awards founder, about her latest film "Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death, and Technology". It's a very interesting conversation about being connected, about independence and interdependence. It's also... Continue Reading →

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