Author: Regine

What are my basic values?

Das ganze Nachdenken über Grundwerte, und darüber, wie sie dir im Alltag helfen… Das ist ja alles schön und recht, aber — woher sollst du eigentlich wissen, was deine eigenen Grundwerte sind? Zum Glück ist es so, dass jeder von

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Moving beyond fear and uncertainty

There are a lot of negative thoughts in the world right now… and a lot of things are happening that can make you feel frustrated, angry or afraid. Jeff Walker has published a wonderful video this week. It’s about moving

Everyday madness: How not to lose yourself

Everyday madness: Somewhere between your job, family, emails, healthy living, the expectations of others, between mail from your insurance company and doctor’s appointments… somewhere in between all of that, there is YOU. And sometimes it feels like you’ve somehow lost

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Strange times…

It was a big shock wave that went around the world this week: from unbelieving amazement, to stunned despair, to angry denial, there was a bit of everything — and even many of those who’ve fought for this outcome of

What do I really want?

To know what you really want to do in life isn’t always easy or simple — quite the contrary! The more complex and the more far-reaching your decisions are going to be (“Should I stick with my job, or quit

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How much does it cost?

There was a very thought-provoking post by Seth Godin a few days ago, titled “But how much does it cost?”. “Cost” not in terms of the price tag, but in terms of the overall price we have to pay: Cost

Asking the right question

“What do I really want in life?”, that seems to be such a fundamental human question – a question most of us ask themselves from time to time. And alas, it’s not that easy to find a satisfying answer. But

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Why “Work-Life-Balance” is the wrong approach

Yesterday, Mark Sisson published a post on his (highly recommended!) blog “Mark’s Daily Apple” which hit the nail right on the head: In Why Grok Didn’t Have Work-Life Balance and Neither Will You, Mark describes our desire for a better

The risks of new things…

Doing things we’ve never done before bears certain risks. What feels like the biggest risk of all is often the fact that we don’t even know exactly what the risks are, or how likely they are. But “risk” is nothing

Tool or restriction?

I confess: I write to-do lists. Happily, and a lot. Und I do that out of pure laziness! Everything I have to do goes onto such a list – and then I can forget about it for the time being.