From time to time I publish some thoughts also on LinkedIn. Below is the list of my articles published there (updated on a regular basis).
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The list of my articles on LinkedIn Pulse:
- Mediating on a new level: Solving inner conflicts of roles by applying principles of mediation
- The ultimate best method to set your goals
- Beauty of mediation: in a conflict and beyond
- Busy-boasting or Why I am no longer busy
- The biggest problem with goals and what can you do about it
- Corrosion: your chance to improve before it is too late
- Not SWOT: what’s wrong with this popular tool and what are the alternatives
- What’s the purpose of a goal?
- Three questions to master time and be able to do it all
- Mentor: who is it actually and how do you get one?
- Sharing your “precious” unsolicited opinion: what’s your goal?
- The select “wisdom” from T.Gallwey’s “The Inner Game of Tennis”
- The elusive “on” button: how to find your motivation?
- Insider trading and ethical dilemmas
- Shady area of copyright: Appropriation artists
- Copyright is for losers: graffiti as an IP outcast
- What is it about golf that so many CEO’s play it?
- Your Lautrec or Lautrec’s Lautrec?
- Techniques to help you make a change
- How to avoid burnout in the face of stress?
- Are all available options listed?
- Mediation and Art: Is it a match made in Heaven?
- Why did I study UX design?
- When do we learn to give up?
- Four methods to deal with procrastination
- Top 10 time wasters to avoid
More to come – so stay tuned!
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