You probably know “business” consultants in your circle of friends or people who give marketing advice to people who love their hobbies.
In the past, I was one of these consultants with good intentions. I thought that people with brilliant “results” in their hobbies should work self-employed. Self-employed seemed to be the solution to almost everything as I love(d) to work that way.
Therefore, I was a crusader for this type of occupation. Typical sentences were:
Facebook launched its stand-alone virtual reality goggles to make this new experience accessible to everyone.
On their website, they state that with their newest technologies, “virtual reality (VR) lets us explore new worlds, defy obstacles, and attempt the impossible.” And Facebook is not the only supplier.
The VR industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. It serves companies professionally to better construct products by envisioning the result, but it also has major impacts on our personal daily lives.
Facebook’s vision and application spectrum of VR is vast:
Spirituality offers you new perspectives, surprises you, and breaks some of the rules.
Three years ago, I heard about aura surgery, spiritual medium(s), and shamans for the first time. And all I could do was laughing and keeping the topics behind me.
The topics just didn’t resonate with me and I didn’t believe they could add any value to my life.
It was too far away from what I thought would be “normal.” I have to admit that I lived a quite “ordinary” life until late 2017.
Severe sickness of my sister and an almost burn-out in my job got…
We all know that wisdom is essential. Companies are happy to offer jobs to motivated AND well-educated people. In schools or universities, you have to deliver knowledge on point.
But sometimes, the required wisdom does not want to stay in our brains. It seems to vanish like water in a strainer. Besides, if we perform the famous wisdom bulimia, we end up with less knowledge than before.
For those of you who haven’t heard of wisdom bulimia: you guzzle a lot of data with the sole intention to puke it out in the test situation and forget it afterward.
Whenever people are looking for new jobs, the seemingly uncomfortable application game begins. This game stresses some people that they won’t apply for a new job even if they belong to the 71%+ group that has already resigned in their heads.
Though, the principles of winning this application game are easy-to-understand. If you apply the basic concepts, you will:
One thing that is usually not part of the education game in schools or universities is the “where…
We have to face that going to work to make a living marks the typical use-case. Some of us are fortunate enough to have a “balanced work-life-balance”.
But is this balance what we should ultimately crave for?
You can check yourself by analyzing your thoughts. For instance, you could ask yourself how often you think about the upcoming weekend or about these most important two days that should have refueled your tanks for the current week full of work.
In 2021, 51 weekends are equaling 102 days of possible “free” time. Besides, you typically work during the week for (more…
In a business context, PowerPoint (together with other tools to present information, e.g., Prezi) remains essential. It is a valid and easy-to-use method to:
In blue-chip or start-up companies, you will often need clear, easy-to-understand, and engaging documents.
By looking at how top-consultancy firms structure their PowerPoint presentations, you will optimize your skills.
I have worked for a top-consultancy firm, and I still work with many consultants in my new role. Here is a best-of of what I learned.
I often saw slides that looked beautiful but…
Famous leaders and teachers, like Neale Donald Walsh, Ekkehart Tolle, Ken Honda, or even Mister Miyagi, agree that finding balance in life is crucial.
But as with all learning matters — it might be harder done than said, especially if you are at the beginning of your journey or might have lost your way.
The first step is identifying what forces influence your way of living; the second is to find your balance on your way.
Life is never a straight line, and for many, it is more like a pendulum with higher or lower amplitudes.
By reflecting on the…
My former martial arts and fencing teacher taught me an important lesson:
“You will learn or receive feedback from every action— it won’t matter if you fail or prevail.”
He was right. When “Cobra Kai” came out on Netflix — I remembered his words and felt the strong urge to watch one of my favorite movies of the eighties again: Karate Kid.
After watching the movie, I have to admit that I had a completely different film in mind.
I could not believe how many valuable and hidden life lessons were in the movie.
As with great books, you should…
Everyone knows famous quotes by Einstein that grant a lot of insights into his miraculous mind. And just in case you haven’t had the opportunity to read any of his works, you might want to take a look at the following excerpt:
“We cannot solve the problems with the same mindset we used when we created them.”
“God does not gamble.”
“It is harder to shatter a ready-made opinion than an atom.”
“Fantasy is more important than wisdom as wisdom is limited.”
Albert Einstein (1879–1955) is a master in so many fields, and analyzing his quotes is a beautiful task…
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