Category Archives: Personal Change

The Sedona-method®: Four questions that make a change!

For some time now I have been trying out a new method for myself and with my clients for making change possible, the SEDONA-Method®. I would like to share it with you. The method consists of four questions and I got it from the book “The Sedona Method®“ by Hale Dwoskin who originally got it […]

Forget time-management! Time cannot be managed.

Last week someone asked me whether I was interested in conducting a seminar for a software company. If I could do a seminar on time management for approximately 20 developers. So I asked how much time they were planning on investing and the answer was: “Our staff doesn’t have much time. We were considering three […]

Why is it so difficult to change some behavior?

You know this. You have already stopped smoking for the tenth time. Sitting in the office again ‘til 8 p.m. you swear yourself that you will delegate more tasks tomorrow. In a meeting you find out that a colleague is selling your idea. He gets all the applause. And you sit there watching silently. A […]

Do feelings of guilt haunt you day in and day out?

Read here how you can overcome the struggle. Feelings of guilt can make your life miserable. Like a heavy burden they weigh on us and destroy all positive feelings. Even when you know you haven’t done anything wrong, yet still you feel guilty about it. What causes these “erroneous” feelings of guilt? And above all […]