Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Ode to Discipline

By johannatime On February 14, 2013 No Comments
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When I’m training clients to adopt sane working habits, they often say: ‘but a lot of discipline would be needed for that’. As if therefore it is hardly possible. As if discipline is something you’re born with or not. As if something is not a sustainable solution if discipline is needed. As if discipline is a problem. Well, discipline is inevitable if there is

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Road to satisfaction part one: a simple exercise to get realistic and feel good

By johannatime On December 14, 2012 2 Comments
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Many people I meet, are always busy, and never satisfied about what they get done. I have a useful suggestion, a daily practice, a new habit to adopt:

First some words about my discovery: I’ve been writing a daily diary since I was 10 years old. I

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The hardest step for a runner is the first one out the front door

By johannatime On November 29, 2012 2 Comments
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These are my running shoes. They are sitting on a lambskin rug in front of my wood heater. Immensly difficult to put them on and leave home for a run, particularly in winter. ‘The hardest step for a runner is the first one out the

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Systems of Structure: How Getting Things Done changed my life

By johannatime On November 9, 2012 2 Comments
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Making lists is a way of controlling reality. By organising your work and your life, you make more conscious decisions about priorities, you’ll be more productive and you waste less time. So most people who believe there is a way to control their world and make some progress in life, make

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