What caught my attention on week 45.

‘The spaces in-between’ by Seth Godin

“To focus on possibility, on the change we seek to make, on showing up as an even better version of the person we hope to be.

Especially

I explore myself and a small caring global community that focuses on personal mastery, leadership, and dealing with uncertain times.

“Gathering 21st Century Explorers from across the globe.

A community for those navigating creative journeys within companies or in the

The Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop is the crème de la crème of remote, self-directed, and peer-learning experiences that I have enjoyed very much. Big shout out to Harold Jarche.

In this series of blog posts, you can dive deep …

“If you like getting into the weeds on how to find good signals, this post is for you! Oftentimes you come across signals in the course of daily life, but other times you need to research signals on a specific

What caught my attention on week 43 and week 44.

On Doing

“So play for a bit and then rest within yourself. Treat yourself as the precious and beautiful thing that you are and be well – you have it

How many times did you go to a meeting when people are not checking in? The facilitation is just rolling the plan—no caring on how things are going with yourself.

I believe that any meeting, conversation, and community can be

Defining ours why. Identifying our superpowers. Scoping how we engage within teams, networks and communities.

Those actions are elements to paint with our brushes on a blank canvas. They help us to profile or at least craft a portrayal of

It is about developing ourselves to engage ourselves and people from around the world from our local city. Building a relationship and using technology makes that possible. Whether we use asynchronous ways of synchronous ones, it is about just

How do we learn? It matters. It helps us to be aware of the ways and which we know and practises daily to grow. To perform better and improve ourselves continuously.

At school, the focus is on education: homework to

What caught my attention on week 42 of 2020.

‘Environment now’ by The Guardian

“The Earth is changing faster than at any point in modern history as a result of human-caused global heating. From the mid-19th century, when we began