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Categorized as: Planning

How to use the FLEX meeting method to reduce the time you spend on meetings by 40%

Why are meetings always an hour long by default? The meeting culture in the office landscape often predicates one hour meetings by default. Most digital calendars are even set on one hour by default. Why is this the case and does it have to be like this?Studies show that after 45 minutes we drop our … Continue Reading How to use the FLEX meeting method to reduce the time you spend on meetings by 40%

Categorized as: Personal growth

5 life transforming books on personal development you should read this summer

Summer vacation and reading go hand in hand. With Kindle and all audiobook app options out there, it’s a no brainer to bring a ton of books with you. It doesn’t take up space if you read on your device, but if you read the old fashioned way, i.e. paper books, you can’t bring thousands … Continue Reading 5 life transforming books on personal development you should read this summer

Categorized as: decluttering & organize Planning

The Sunday Reset

Today I want to talk about something that has helped me a lot during my planning journey: the Sunday Reset. Declutter and refresh The Sunday reset is a miracle work if you’re like me and want things organized. Every Sunday I schedule a good 1-2 hours to recap, declutter and organize my calendar, digital devices … Continue Reading The Sunday Reset

Categorized as: Creativity

The benefits of color

Color and the mind Have you ever wondered why you like certain types of color? Why someone else likes other colors than you? Sometimes we even yearn for certain colors during certain times of our lives. Colors are a vital part of our lives. We choose everyday what colors we want to wear, what color … Continue Reading The benefits of color

Categorized as: Zen

A note on gratitude

Today I want to share a personal story. The other day I had a pretty nasty fall. I was riding my bike in a good speed down a hill in my town, late for a meeting, and all of a sudden I had to hit the breaks to look out for cars on an intersecting … Continue Reading A note on gratitude

Categorized as: Personal growth

Let go of morality

What is morality? Philosophers have discussed this issue since the beginning of time. We want to do the right thing, and be the best that we can be. But sometimes doing the right thing for us means that we also judge others for not being or doing what we expect them to do. The problem … Continue Reading Let go of morality

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