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How to make your big dream happen.

Make your big dream happen isn’t easy but it might not be as complicated as you might think either. Big, sweet dreams, look different for everybody. Advertising suggests we should want the same, but the reality is that big dreams look different for everybody. So, it doesn’t have to be a six-pack and one million in […]

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14 reasons why you’re not getting results and what to do about it.

Not getting results can be hugely frustrating. And if you’ve ever set yourself a big goal, a goal for which you alone are responsible, and not something that has been assigned to you by someone else, you might have experienced the frustration of not getting results. If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or a creator of any kind, […]

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Are you running towards or away from something?

When you set yourself a goal – and even if you don’t have clear intentions – there are two things you’ll probably do: Running towards or away from something. Knowing on which side of the spectrum you are is essential to help you make the right decisions. Because decisions made out of fear or scarcity are rarely good […]

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Why you shouldn’t make new year’s resolutions and what to do instead.

Every year, it’s the same: People make new year’s resolutions they give up on, just after a few weeks. Then the next year come, and they do the same, over and over again. People promise themselves they’re going to go to the gym 3 times a week, or make more money, call more clients, take more […]

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On success and self-sabotage

What stands between you and success? Self-sabotage.  No more, no less. Okay, maybe a few jealous, or power-thirsty a*holes. But most of the time, it’s not them, it’s you. Whether you’ll roll up your sleeves and do the work, or you’ll find any kind of reasons why you can’t make it happen in the end. It’s quite binary.  Mostly, people […]

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3 Essential Life Lessons I Learned Through My Peers From The Former Eastern Bloc

When I moved to Germany, I was 19 years old and couldn’t speak German. I organized myself a place as an Au-pair in a French-German family, where my job was to take care of the children during certain times of the day, and, especially, do housekeeping.Spoiler, I didn’t last long there for various reasons.But, what […]

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