New goals

I've spent some months thinking about what I want to do when I grow up and where (and how) I would like to live. The result is three main goals, two old but rephrased and one new. I'm sticking my head out by posting my goals here but it's good for me to be able... Continue Reading →

How To Get What You Want – part 1

I am evaluating 2010 and preparing for 2011. As part of the process I have picked My 3 Words for 2011 and I'm Reinventing My Business. This blog post is about how I work on creating a foundation for the year(s) to come. The Law of Attraction In A Scary Admission Chris Brogan admits that... Continue Reading →

My 3 Words for 2011

About two years ago I posted Goals, guidelines and keywords with my three words for 2009: Trust, Connect and Grow. About a year ago I posted Ready for 2010 where I listed my three words: Trust, Connect and Grow. I kept the words I had selected for 2009, they were still important to me. In... Continue Reading →

Reinventing My Business

James at Men with Pens posted How to Rip Off Your Band-Aid and Reinvent Your Business. I read it, thought it made a lot of sense - to others - and left. The post starts like this: When you have a business – any kind of business – there are two ways to grow: *... Continue Reading →

Three Words Become Five

Chris Brogan has his 3 Words for 2010, with a second level on some of them. Jonathan Fields lists his 10 driving keywords for 2010 in Oh The Places You Will Go. I list my three key words in Ready for 2010: Trust means to trust my inner voice, to build trust and to be... Continue Reading →

Seth Godin and Linchpin

Seth Godin launches his latest book, Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? How to Drive Your Career and Create a Remarkable Future in an unusual way. Today he is interviewed or guest post around the blogosphere, a good starting point is his own post The 2.0 media tour. I have followed some of the links and this... Continue Reading →

What Impact Do You Want To Have?

I am reading "The Tao of Motivation" by Max Landsberg, a great book that makes you think. (See also The Tao of Coaching, another great book by Max Landsberg.) The motivation book made me think about what motivates me and how to keep myself motivated. As selfemployed you need to be able to keep your... Continue Reading →

Ready for 2010

Last year I did post My Best Year Yet 2009 based on the book Your Best Year Yet which describes a great way of working with your plans and evaluation. This year I create a different kind of post, showing where my inspiration comes from in different areas of my process to get ready for... Continue Reading →

Happy Holidays 2009

Whichever holidays you celebrate, I wish you Happy Holidays! It's the time of the year when we look back at the year that was and look forward at what's coming. I'll evaluate the work I did in My Best Year Yet 2009 to see what worked and what did not work. A milestone for me... Continue Reading →

My Best Year Yet 2009

I have been working with the book Your Best Year Yet - The 10 questions that will change your life forever and figured I should put my result on my blog. Two reasons for that, putting pressure on myself and hopefully to inspire others to work with that book. My guidelines • Trust my heart... Continue Reading →

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