Monthly Archives: April 2016

Limit-situations and limit-acts: a free guide for turning obstacles into motivation

This post is a collage of two inspiring ideas from two smart people. At the bottom of the page, you will find a link to a free guide I created to help you make the most of these guys’ ideas for inspired work and productive handling of life’s obstacles. Just spread the news about this […]

2 things you don’t know about your Future Self

  Chasing the latest thing and trying to live in the present may have done a disservice to what you know about your future. Here are two (well-documented) facts which you don’t always think about – and something to start you consider ideas for action, once you realize you need to do something for your […]

Half of a Good Plan: A Blueprint for Incremental Work

Today I’m happy to share a new resource with you. It’s a list of 30 questions which form a blueprint for incremental work – in managing, coaching, self-coaching or teaching. You can download it for free (once you share this post)! You are here to read and learn. I’m here to write! My three e-books […]

Ascete, Punk, Otaku – 3 approaches to a productivity system

From card games to motor cars, the side effect of popularity is proliferation of choices, hacks or “homebrew” varieties. This works in business, in pedagogy, and in effective management. Today, I’m thinking about a popular productivity system – and through three personas, I will try to analyse different ways of applying that system in your […]

Surviving an Evernote breakup – with 3 good replacement apps

This day was supposed to never happen. We were on our way to our happily-ever-after, always in sync, always working together – Evernote, my devices and I. So what happened? And how do we move on? You are here to read and learn. I’m here to write! My three e-books are available for you to […]