Part of my new morning routine is to read. In fact it was one of the main reasons to establish it in a new way for me 3 months ago.
It created the first results already. One of them is that I finished the book “Work Rules” from Laszlo Bock. And here you can find my 9 take aways that you can use when you are new in a management role or for your personal development.
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London. I’m in London again. That’s so great. And I’m so grateful. In fact, I observed myself to be much more grateful these days.
Ready below, why this is the case 🙂
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Recently I looked allot to the topic of setting personal life goals. Therefore, I created this “How to set life goals” tutorial. I documented all steps I did to set my own life goals.
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I recently started to discover mindfulness. Here are my favorite mindfulness apps for android.
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When you apply for a job and have a job interview you might want to have a look at these questions.
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Life Goal Achievement Rituals
That’s the hard part.
That’s where most people struggle.
The one and only way to achieve something is to constantly focus on it. The only way to get your actions done and achieve your goals is to constantly pursue them.
The best way to do that is to create your own rituals.
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Welcome to part 2 of “My step by step guide to set your life goals”. It is part of little series I created around setting life goals. In case you’ve missed part 1, have a look here.
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The most important benefit of setting goals isn’t achieving your goal; it’s what you do and the person you become in order to achieve your goal. That’s the real benefit.
By setting your goals you design your life instead of just living it.
With goals set you get your mind focused. You are able to fade out all the noise and distraction around you and get straight to where you want to get. You can become what you want to become.
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Recently, I held several seminars in front of people that are new at work, aged 19-24. We were talking about relationships and networking. I recommended that they should be with people they really like and that give them energy.
A 75 year old Harvard Study reveals why that is the best way to live a happy life.
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If you really want to change something, be it in your private life for housing, hobbies etc. or your professional life to get the job you want, to make a project a success or a to change a way of working consider this:
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While reading the book “Choose Yourself” from James Altucher I came accross a nice tip to be positive or become positive when you are in a bad mood (see my resource section for more info).
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Nice video about Purpose in live from Tony Robbins. I always can get allot out of videos or podcasts. Therefore I would like to share that with you.
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Recently I finished to read the book “Choose Yourself” from James Altucher. You can find a link and more detailed description in my resource section.
He provides an interesting exercise to get back to sleep when you wake up in the middle of the night.
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The article gives you my top 3 most important steps to do and consider when you are looking for a job within your network.
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Quora is a portal to ask questions. What makes it so special is that many famous people provide answers.
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Found on the internet:
HBR article: Manage your energy, not your time.
To create your reliable personal network, identifying the right people and creating a proper list is already some work to do. If you do it properly your list can grow by one person every one or two weeks. Let’s assume you met many people. Your people list is filled with entries. What now? How to grow your network?
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To create your reliable personal network, you need to identify the right people. You can read in Step 1 how you can do this. Over time the amount of people you’ve identified will grow. Below I describe how you can manage this growing number of contacts.
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This is Step number 1 to create your personal network. It is to identify people you enjoy being with.
I will not describe how you connect yourself to everybody to meet. Because I think the only way to build a long-term reliable network is to create it with people you like.
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People tell me often that I have a big network. People ask me how I keep this network alive. They ask me how I keep up and grow all these connections. Below I describe my way. I describe 3 simple steps to create your first personal network.
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Some time ago I found a great video on You Tube with 3 great inspiring advices from Steve Jobs. The video shows Steve Jobs holding a speech at Stanford University, in front of a graduate class. It is only 15 minutes long.
It gave me some very interesting thoughts. I noted them down for me and would like to share them with you.
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Today I’m gonna present you the 10 tips from successful leaders to newcomers.
I am a Mentor for dual students (special education program in Germany). Recently, I interviewed a couple of Senior Managers. Every one of them leads big departments. They all started from where you are today, as a newcomer.
I asked them: „What is your No. 1 advice to my mentees for personal and professional success?”
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When I worked for a automotive supplier, I participated in an “Welcome New Employees Event”. There were different speeches, one held from the Head of HR. During his speech he was asked what he would recommend in order to go up in the companies hierarchy. He said: “Make yourself replaceable.” Continue reading “Make yourself replaceable”