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About research and vulnerability

Vulnerability, a scary word. Research. Scary word as well. Brené Brown researched vulnerability. And this is what happened. “So, I’ll start with this: a couple of years ago, an event planner called me because I was going to do a speaking event. And she called, and she said, “I’m really…

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writing

How do I structure my text?

Do you find it difficult to get a good structure in your text? There is a simple solution. Readers Questions! Readers Questions? Yep, simple as that. In order to understand what readers questions are, it is necessary to look in a somewhat different way to what a text is. Because…

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Useful tool for mindmapping

Mindmaps are a very useful tool, for instance to make summaries or to brainstorm about the content of your new article or presentation. I found a useful tool for that: coggle.it, so am curious to find out what you think of it. Do you use other tools for mind mapping?…

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planning

The best tip to not procrastinate

The best tip to not procrastinate! It is easy, but as with anything, takes a little practice. Try now: Identify the most important thing you have to do today. Decide to do just the first little part of it — just the first minute, or even 30 seconds of it.…

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handy sources The pomodoro technique is a simple technique to become more productive.

How to become more productive

And, joyfully back to work? Or do you notice that things don’t go as you would wish them to go? Are you maybe kind of ‘disappearing’ into your emails or the internet, are you spending too much time talking to your colleagues or are you doing something, but are you…

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