How was your vacation?

This is a question I hear and pose to others a lot these days. By now most of us are back from vacation and we all want so badly to be able to say “I had a wonderful vacation.” If we do not feel that way we are almost too ashamed to share it honestly…. Read more »

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Body Language

Imagine you are in a situation where you suddenly get this strange sensation in your body and you don’t know why. Your body is talking to you. But do you listen or do you ignore it? Every day your body gives you valuable information. How are your body doing today? This is a question I… Read more »

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In Slow Motion

Most of us live in the fast lane today.  Even though we wish for more time and less stress – and we already know that it would be good for us to slow down – we don’t. What does it take to start valuing life in slow motion – to be intrinsically inspired to integrate… Read more »

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My Way From Head to Heart

There is so much of my daily life and work that I start by trying to figure things out in my mind –  and I am getting quite good at it. Maybe your life is like that too? I have known for a long time that I need to include my heart more in this… Read more »

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If I just had the money, I would….

“If I just had the money, I would…” is a sentence I hear very often in my practice. It is clear that although there is much talk and debate about creating meaning, many still have some of their most important goals centered around money, and on top of that have a longing to become financially… Read more »

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Breaking Free

Many people have a dream to break free from their daily lives, and perhaps even a dream about leaving everything behind and opening a B&B or living on an island in the Caribbean. Over the last couple of months, I have encountered quite a few people that checked out and decided to quit their jobs… Read more »

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WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

“I want people to respect me more” is something I hear often in my practice. We tend to ask the world around us for the things we are longing for: attention, respect, flexibility, some slack, time, caring, and being seen and heard or taken seriously are just a few examples. Some of us spend almost… Read more »

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HOW to practice simplicity

So many of the discussions I have in my practice have at their core a wish for more simplicity in life or a career. It seems like in pursuing success so many of us get lost in a complexity that runs everything: Suddenly there is no spare time or freedom to decide what you want… Read more »

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Challenges are opportunties for growth

By now we have all heard about the need for being robust or resilient. In almost all job ads as well as interviews there is a focus on how we cope with the challenges that rain down on us and get back on our feet quickly. We assume that if we can get fast at… Read more »

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What is the story about you?

Every day, every hour, every minute, you base your decisions and actions on the story about you – what is the story that you tell about yourself? Is it updated, optimistic and encouraging or is it modest, one-sided and limiting? Usually we base our story on what we have heard about ourselves from others along… Read more »

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