„Happiness is a journey, not a destination.“ The Dalai Lama This is as true to me as it was more than 4 years ago when I originally wrote this post. Today, I’m taking a new look at my personal Happiness Recipe. I feel the past four years have changed me as a person tremendously. Therefore,…Weiterlesen
I love the Christmas season! I love when it gets colder outside and the first snowflakes show themselves. I love how the wold is covered in a blanket of festive cheer and cheerful decorations wherever you look. Every year, mostly already at end of October (if I’m very eager) or the beginning of November, the…Weiterlesen
It has become one of society’s demands to always think positively and be as happy as you possibly can. You may have experienced the pressure of this ideal of happiness, also in your career: „Love what you do, do what you love!“ Some company cultures want to embody the ideal of happiness, branding their company…Weiterlesen
Happiness is an elusive concept. People want to achieve it and treat as a destination, others try to chase it and wonder why it keeps eluding them. Once we understand that happiness is a state of mind we go from one extreme to the next. Now we think we always need to be happy. But a state of mind is not a constant. It’s rather in constant change, adapting to both the good and the bad times that we encounter throughout our lives, but also both the light and darkness that we all carry within ourselves.Weiterlesen
One of the hardest lessons to learn in life is to let go of the quest for perfection.
Author and happiness researcher Tal Ben-Shahar says the pursuit of ‚perfect‘ may actually be the number one obstacle to finding happiness.
The other day I was asked in an interview what my greatest achievement was – a tough question! My mind raced, starting at professional achievements I didn’t really feel deserved the title ”greatest achievement”. What would you answer?Weiterlesen
Afraid of change? Yet change is lots of opportunity as well! Get inspired.Weiterlesen