5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 3: your tasks

Have you read the introduction, Step 1 and Step 2? If not, read those first and then come back. Continue reading “5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 3: your tasks”

5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 2: your inbox

Have you read the introduction and Step 1? If not, read those first and then come back.

Continue reading “5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 2: your inbox”

5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 1: your roles

Have you read the introduction? If not, read that first and then come back.

If you want to go for a light version of the system, don’t apply this role exercise and go to Step 2 directly. I however highly recommend doing Step 1. Continue reading “5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Step 1: your roles”

Why starting a business is not a mission impossible

AS A STATEMENT, from now on I am having a Tom Cruise haircut. Something is impossible only if you think it is. Just watch his movies, and you’ll discover. A business, career, good health or happy family life is no other! Let me know what you think about this statement.

How our lives will change due to climate change, and pretty fast.

Today I had the once in a lifetime opportunity of attending the climate lecture of prof. Johan Rockström at Ghent University. If you don’t know him, in the picture below he is talking to Richard Branson. Continue reading “How our lives will change due to climate change, and pretty fast.”

5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Getting started

We all know this stressfull and chaotic mixture of tasks, deadlines, e-mails, meetings, and other work and non-work related things. You have some unfinished todo’s in your head, you still have to reply that email, … Continue reading “5 simple steps to structure your emails, tasks and agenda – Getting started”

Why some are happy in their jobs, and others aren’t

Tonight at a Brooklyn rooftop bar I met Joel and Chloe. Joel is originally from the Domenican Republic, Chloe comes from South Korea. They met each other and live in Brooklym, NYC. Besides having beers, fun and nachos with guacamole, we had quite an interesting discussion on careers Continue reading “Why some are happy in their jobs, and others aren’t”

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