Have You Remembered To Daydream Today?

I was born in the 70´s and grew up in the 80´s. At this time we did not have much that distracted us. There were no iPhones, Ipads, computors or stuff like MP3 players. I remember when the portable cassette players entered the market. Expensive and quite ugly, but wow! I still have my yellow…

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To Be Fearless Is A Myth!

To be fearless is a myth! (Be fearless!) In order to learn you must be fearless. In order to progress you need to be fearless. Confidence comes out of being fearless! So, what does it mean to be fearless? I think fearlessness is to be aware of your weaknesses and handle them. When you are…

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The Two-factor Theory

The two-factor theory (also known as Herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory and dual-factor theory) states that there are certain factors in the workplace that cause job satisfaction while a separate set of factors cause dissatisfaction, all of which act independently of each other. Frederick Irving Herzberg was an American psychologist, most famous for introducing job enrichment and the Motivator-Hygiene theory. To better…

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An Open Mindset Create Change

In today’s world we are constantly exposed to different advertisements and opportunities in our social media streams and on internet. If you are completely honest to yourself – how do you react to these exposures? Are you viewing them with a positive and open mindset or are you restrictive and view them as scams, pyramid…

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Are You Willing To Look Like A Fool?

Peak Performance is dependent on Passion, Grit, Determination and a Willingness to do something poorly until you can do it well. On a logical level this makes perfect sense. We stumbled through our early efforts to read until this skill became second nature. Absorbing knowledge and then gaining practical experience by applying what you learned…

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The Rules Of The Mind

There are a certain rules that our minds operate by and once you know about them you can make them work even better for you. The rules are: What is expected tends to be realised. This is why visionboards and picturing what you want is so powerful. What we must know is that this rule…

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Who Says What to Whom and Why?

Why are we so quick in following others before controlling the accuracy in what´s been handed and shown to us. We scan social media for “news” as everything written and shown in media for us is the truth.  When did we stop thinking for ourselves? In this modern society the most that comes to our…

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Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others?

Why are some people more successful than others? As it turns out talent has very little to do if you will become successful or not. Yes, there are many “natural” talents that ends up successful in their field but there are also numerous examples of incredible talents that don’t succeed and “untalented” people who end…

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The Odds Are On Your Side – If You Have Started!

Imagine for a moment that you where living your dream life? What would you do? What would you work with? Would you work? Where would you live? Where would you go for vacation? What kind of car would you drive? For some people, the idea of paint this dream picture can be daunting but try…

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The Progress Principle

Inner work lives drive performance. The state of the inner work lives fluctuates day by day as a reflection of the events that take place at work. Nothing ground-breaking about that. No what is revealing is that of all the events that can engage people at work the single most important is simply making progress…

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