Finding a rhythm

Rhythm, according to Wikipedia is “any regular recurring motion, symmetry.”

Finding a rhythm is essential when you are doing sports. If you find your own rhythm while doing sports you will be able to avoid a burn out and you will have much more fun exercising.

Finding a rhythm for your digital activity and habits is just as important. It will prevent you from feeling overwhelmed and fed-up with social media and constantly trying to be “present.” It will also make social media much more fun.

Finding a rhythm will liberate you from thinking about your digital activities as choruses and will help you reach balance and regularity, and to enjoy your presence in the online world.

(PS: I was wondering what kind of picture would go well with this post, but I think this song will make reading the post much more enjoyable;) )

The GREAT Ayrton Senna – honest, inspiring and very personal

It is hard to put into words how I feel when listening to this remarkable speech by Ayrton Senna – one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers of all times. First of all, it is very personal to me, because I can relate to everything he says. Second, it is my belief that we are in control of our own lives and it is with great discipline, devotion, determination and clear goals in life that we can achieve success.

Do you find these words touching? Can you relate?

Always keep your eyes and mind open

Minds are like parachutes – they only function when open.

Sir Thomas Dewar

Tommy Dewar

This is one of my favourite quotes by Sir Thomas Dewar – one of the greatest salesmen of the 19th century. In one short sentence he managed to pack one simple truth about progress – it’s only possible if people appreciate innovation and variety. The same statement is valid also for success. Especially in today’s global world – a world of interconnected different societal and technological cultures. Continue reading

Meet the innovator of the future

 

Is this me in a few years time?

Don’t worry, I still don’t believe that the innovators of the future will turn into walking light bulbs (although one can never be too certain of anything) and look like this. They might look sillier or smarter, older or younger…or, maybe, somewhere in the middle…

Anyway, this morning I stumbled upon an interesting article in The New York Times where the author presents his views on where America will be in the 21st century. Continue reading