Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Mystery of the Sea

The Mystery of the Sea User’s guide how to walk on water Our conscious mind is only for a very small part responsible for our actions. Professor and brain researcher Victor Lamme emphasises: ‘The unconscious, instinctive processes in the deeper … Continue reading

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The Journey of the Hero

Suddenly I sit opposite of an intense sad person, who tells me that he has completely become stuck. The promising job that he started one and a half year ago, became the starting point of a battle against exhaustion. All … Continue reading

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The Child and the Bathwater

As a professional you use all your skills. To guarantee an excellent quality at work you follow the newest scientific developments and protocols that are developed to optimize work and production processes. But focusing on ratio and efficiency holds a … Continue reading

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Pay Yourself First…

Be aware of the man with the hammer! You are a professional and you are busy the entire week, keeping all the balls in the air. You know it; to be able to maintain that top level, you need to … Continue reading

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Once upon a time …

“Why did you write your newest book ‘The Mystery of the Sea‘ as a novel?” “Isn’t it more logic to present a thick package of knowledge in the form of a theoretical book: because then you are taken more seriously?” … Continue reading

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