Category Archives: Work

Personal Development: Exploiting the Alpha Moment

If there’s a topic trending today that’s up there among the top 5 most discussed topics on professional social media, alongside fake news and AI in HR, it has to be “Personal Development” and the many theories, tools, methods and … Continue reading

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Mentors and Managers

I was reading an article on my favourite professional social media platform the other day encouraging readers to name their favourite manager and a question, actually several, came to mind: Why a manager and not a mentor? What’s the difference … Continue reading

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Finding your place as a writer, author, chronicler…

(This post has been edited) Hot off the press! Entrepreneur and LinkedIn Influencer James Caan CBE was recently called out by someone in the comments section of his Aug 10 post. The keen-sighted “commentard” spotted a first line blooper, a … Continue reading

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Opinions

Opinions! Everyone has one and you know what? We all love sharing an opinion. Opinionating and gossiping, it’s hard-wired in our DNA and has been ever since Lucy walked the plains down in Africa. And what an era we live in. … Continue reading

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Clouds and inner harmony

So what’s been going on in my little world that’s been keeping me from blogging since February? Well, on a physical plane I’ve been simultaneously undertaking a career change and instigating a house move for which, and in spite of … Continue reading

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9 months, and all that.

9 months into what I am now calling my „02nd German experience“ and it´s about time I took stock of what I´ve achieved so far, what´s still to be done and what might (still) have to be done to stick … Continue reading

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The tenuous connection between altered images and Storage Wars.

So is the connection really that tenuous? Read on and see… In one of those all too rare moments now I was working with my middle brother on some “Nuts & Bolts” issues with a project he was realizing about … Continue reading

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