n previous articles, I have written about how to find your WHY, how a WHY session looks like, if your WHY can change and examples of WHY statements. This article is about the benefits of living your WHY.Continue reading →
If you are leading a team of specialist professionals, it can be a challenge to make them enthusiastic for your next meeting. There is a chance that they would much rather continue working on their own project. In this article I will give you 4 unusual tips on how you can motivate them to actively contribute to a terrible meeting.
A good WHY statement of an individual or a “tribe” will attract people who believe what they believe. This article gives you some examples of WHY statements to inspire you to discover your own so you can experience more fulfillment by contributing and having an effect on the world.Continue reading →
Why do you do the things you do or why don’t you (yet). To make you aware of this, a so-called “Why session” can help you. This article tells you what a Why session looks like. How you can prepare for it and what you still have to do to refine your WHY statement. Your WHY helps you to make decisions that are in line with you so that you can lead a happier, more action-oriented and more loving life.
Summary: Review of the book “Find your Why” by Simon Sinek. Through discovering and living your WHY, you can find more fulfillment and passion in your work. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. I am sure you’re great in what you do like making calculations or designing structures. Perhaps you’re a specialist in consulting, with Excel sheets, databases…Continue reading →
Voor Nederlands, klik hier. “Engineers are undervalued in comparison to other professionals”, someone wrote me. I hear this often. And this despite the fact that technology companies often complain that there is a shortage of engineers. The 2016 salary survey by Technisch Weekblad shows that the pay of an engineer rose considerably by 4.6% compared to previous years. Are engineers…Continue reading →
Voor Nederlands, klik hier. In my last article I gave you 100 ways to experience more joy and happiness. One way is to support a good cause (#5). I support Casper and his foundation. Casper van Eijck is a professor at the Erasmus MC (University Medical Center Rotterdam) and a specialist on pancreatic cancer. Why…Continue reading →