Another great question to conquer negativity and to up your mental health game is the question of: "What do I feel grateful for?"
In this masterpiece about love, Fromm portraits love not as a feeling but as a productive act of doing. He argues that all efforts of love will fail if the person, who is trying to love, is not developing his or her character at the same time. Moreover, he states that there can not be … Continue reading The Art Of Loving by Erich Fromm – Summary & Thoughts
This book was a great counterbalance to the other books that I am reading. Oliver Lück is a very curious guy who takes his van and his dog on a 50.000 km spin through Europe while meeting interesting people and places that might not be the main attraction for other travelers. It shows the uniqueness … Continue reading News From The Neighbour. 26 Countries, 26 People, by Oliver Lück – Summary & Thoughts
A bible for how to design and live meaningful and productive every day. The creators of Google Ventures Design Sprint criticize two default modes of distraction that we live in today: “The Busy Bandwagon” describes our constant state of email reactivity and being efficient without getting done anything meaningful. “Infinity Pools” are all services with … Continue reading Make Time – How to Focus on What Matters Every Day by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky – Summary & Thoughts
Since I can remember, I liked to get inspired by outside sources. When I was younger, I used to read a lot. Seriously, it was so bad that, when going to bed, my parents took my book towards a shelf on the other side of the room (which I then got back to read more … Continue reading The Answer Is Not Out There (It’s On The Inside)