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)
Utilizing our divine rod to figure out who we are and what we want How do we know who we are and what we want? We don’t until we discover ourselves. Rather than the magic “aha”-moment, it’s a gradual process of learning what we are good at and what we suck at doing. But we … Continue reading The Beauty of Self-Discovery
I am on a Social Media break. Not only is the mindless scrolling in the various newsfeed eating my time, but it also makes me unhappy. Why? It exposes me to negative news about topics such as climate change or or other injustices. After reading such news, you are always caught up in your thoughts … Continue reading How can you make the world a better place? Start small!
Coming across this awesome list of Ted talks, I have been questioning myself and the way I interact with strangers. Kio Stark, one of the speakers in the talks, puts it like this: "When you talk to strangers, you're making beautiful interruptions into the expected narrative of your daily life — and theirs." And it's … Continue reading Talking to strangers
Recently, I am visiting and watching many talks online about Artificial Intelligence (AI), since a friend of mine recommended me this article. AI describes the intelligence exhibited by machines and software. While this can be very basic, as for example a Google search, it can become really complex. An example for this is the supercomputer from … Continue reading The Future of Artificial Intelligence
When I was younger, I always thought that an idea is something that I should keep for myself. I guess I was simply afraid that other people would steal that idea and take credit for it. Then I read an article about the habits of successful and unsuccessful people. While most of the habits of successful … Continue reading Sharing Ideas
I just finished the book "The Why Are You Here Cafe: A New Way of Finding Meaning in Your Life and Your Work". While I would consider myself quite reflective in the way that I think, this book has blown my mind. In the book a stressed businessman gets of the road and arrives at … Continue reading Reason for Existence