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New Frontiers

Posted by roland on November 6, 2015No Comments

Balancing Life

 

Sometimes it is difficult to find and keep the right balance in life. We will actually have seldom a day or week in life, that is truly in balance. That’s not a problem though since balance isn’t measured on a daily level, but on a year or life scale when it comes to your goals in life and the path you want to travel to reach them. On this scale it doesn’t matter if we waver or stumble sometimes, what is important is to always keep an eye on your goals.

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30 Days to Success.

Posted by roland on July 25, 2015No Comments

Surely I’m not the first person to write about the 30 day method, but since it’s one of my most important tools on the path to my goals, I would like to tell you about it and maybe inspire you to try it for yourself.

 

It is a very simple method and I believe that in its simplicity lies the key to its success. If there is a good habit or skill you always wanted to implement into your life, this method might be an optimal starting point to accomplish that. Over time it will enable you to get closer to your goals and make life easier.

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With great responsibility comes great power.

Posted by roland on July 4, 2015One Comment

->Deutsche Version

 

The power needed for change: If we want to see positive changes in our lives, we need to be in control. Being in control means you know the situation and you have the means to influence it.

 

How do we get this power, this strength needed to make a difference?

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The two parts of our soul

Posted by roland on June 27, 2015No Comments

->Deutsche Version

 

In ourselves we have two fundamentally different approaches to and perspectives of our world. This is true for our inner core, our soul as well. One of the parts of our soul strives for acknowledgement, glory, power and worldly accomplishments, while the other part longs for love, authenticity and strength of character.

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Todays gift: 12 years of your life

Posted by roland on May 9, 2015One Comment

->Deutsche Version

 

12 years of your life

Here in Germany we are watching TV for 220 Minutes a day on average, about 15% of our day, 22% of our hours awake, nearly 50% of our free time. If we are so lucky to make it to 80 years old, we will have spent 12 years of our life in front of the TV. We watch more TV the older we get while we only watch about half as much TV before the age of 14.

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How to fight our weakness

Posted by roland on April 25, 2015No Comments

->Deutsche Version

 

The eternal battle

There is a war raging, a war between our search for our inner self and our weaknesses. Each and every day we have to fight a battle and every day it’s decided anew if we lose to our weaknesses and stay where we are or if we come out victorious and get a step closer to our goals and to ourselves.

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Identity – Who are you really?

Posted by roland on April 18, 2015One Comment

->Deutsche Version

 

Who am I? Where does my journey lead? What do I want to achieve? Those are the Questions we have to ask ourselves, if we want to be more than mindless robots who only live and work in the way others want us to. Our Identity, the combination of aspects that build our inner and outer self, is often hidden from our eyes. Often the only way to see more clearly who you are is to reflect upon yourself; to look back into the past and to figure out which identities you adopted over the years. When you see who you have been and how you arrived at those identities it will give you a clue about how to adopt another identity in the future.

 

I was talking to a friend the other day when it hit us that for many years our identity had mostly been Continue Reading →

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