I love Steve Jobs’ quote from his Stanford commencement speech: “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life… Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice… Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” Continue reading
We are born to be happy and enjoy life. Yet, so often, instead of a life full of joy, our daily reality is mainly exhaustion, resentment and disappointment. What is it that is in our way? Continue reading
Do you have a vision for your life? Do you know the one sentence you want others to tell about you when you are gone? Continue reading
Are you waiting to be financially secure before you do things you really want to do? Things like learning French, teaching your children skiing, getting married or starting your own business? Continue reading
You don’t need an MBA to be wise. You even don’t need a college degree or any other degree. All what matters is how well you can listen to your inner voice and follow its advice. Continue reading
It is more and more common to change careers once or even twice during our lifetime. The successful launch of a new career requires a new mindset and release of old patterns. Continue reading
When is the last time you built a sand castle? Or drew an elephant? Or danced to your favorite song?
Our life is usually so busy that we barely manage to take care of our “serious” commitments. They demand our time and energy and we are often left with no time for ourselves. Being responsible and hard working are certainly important virtues, but it is equally important to have fun and enjoy ourselves. Continue reading
Have you ever thought how your life would look like if you really loved yourself? During my recent vacation, I took time to journal and meditate over this question.
If I really loved myself, I would: Continue reading
I’ve been in the Czech Republic just for a week and what turmoil! The Czech Prime Minister and the whole government resigned over a scandal. I rarely write about politics, but this time I can’t resist, since the whole case involves 2 topics unusual for a political arena: Happiness and Love. Continue reading
Some people appear in our life just for a brief moment, yet they have a powerful message for us. The last thing I expected after arriving into the hotel in the middle of the Caribbean rain forest was to meet an angel looking lady. She was tall, slim, of a respectful age, with a hat and sunglasses. I barely could see her face; her body posture was elegant and strong.
In a very short moment, while our luggage was being unloaded, she appeared next to me and said: “Breathe and decompress. That’s why you are here.” Then, she was gone. Continue reading