Life Coaching Survey

Life Coaching Survey

As I continue my transition into life coaching, gaining insights into your experiences with leadership and personal growth challenges is invaluable.​If you haven’t already, please take a moment to share your experiences through my brief survey: 🔗 Life Coaching Survey for Leaders​​🌟 Your perspective will help shape my future content! 🌟​ Thank you! 🙏🏻Agnes

300 Days

300 Days

It was March 4, 2020, when my almost empty flight from Copenhagen, Denmark landed in Budapest, Hungary. The pandemic already had been around us, and already had impacted my travel plans for the rest of March and April — but I had no idea the magnitude of its impact on our lives in the following…

I made a mistake…

I made a mistake…

Cover photo: Walking around in Singapore between workshop days — Did several workshops there in Jan and Feb I made a mistake recently. Yes, I did: over-committed. I did more workshops in the first three months than I did the previous six months in total. Traveled for 31 days in the first 80 days of…

Proof of… what?

Proof of… what?

When I was a child, I wanted to be like everyone else. But I could not, even though I tried hard. I tried to prove I am like everyone else. Then slowly, things changed. After a while, what I wanted to prove was that I can do things that nobody else. I wanted to prove I can win…

How I do it: Time Management

How I do it: Time Management

As a mother of three who runs her own business and travels a lot and still keeps sanity I get the question quite often: “How do you do that?” To be honest, sometimes I don’t know 🙂 When I analyze how we live, our family schedule, the way me do exception management (there’s always something unexpected…

Expect the unexpected

Expect the unexpected

As a mother of three, unexpected things are constantly part of our lives. Someone gets sick. Something is needed for the school — the very next day. Something gets lost. You name it. The only way I’ve found to work for us is to expect these unexpected things. Of course, I don’t mean to worry…

Focus Triggers

Focus Triggers

I have to admit it’s not easy to focus here while I’m writing these words. Although I’m sitting in my home office, there are too many distractions. My youngest boy is sleeping in the room next to me, and there’s a good chance he wakes up in only a few minutes.My eldest son is watching…

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