How can you become better at making decisions? The word ‘decisions‘ has its root in the Latin word caedere. Caedere means to cut or even kill. So, you can think of it that way: instead of deciding to do something, you are deciding to not do a million other things. We have limited capacity to […]
Starting your day with energy and vitality can significantly impact your optimism and resilience, especially during stressful times. Before I started wrapping my head around topics like stress management, time management, resilience, and healthy work habits, my mornings would often pass by unnoticed. I’d get up, get dressed, eat breakfast, and head out to work.
How can you make sure you know what it is you want to do? At first sight, that might seem like an unnecessary task. How would you notknow? But at least to me it happened quite regularly that I wouldn’t know whether I could tick off a To Do on my list or that in
Increasing work efficiency by using set intervals of focused work and breaks. Before learning about units and applying them, I would often wonder: Where did time go? And that was, I think, because I didn’t set clear boundaries between working and taking breaks. Working in units helps me to draw a clear line between both
First things first. So far so good, but how?! I often asked myself: Why do I never feel like getting things done in time or Why do i never feel like getting enough things done? What helps me not having to ask myself such questions anymore – or at least a lot less – is