Tag: purpose

Sunday Column (487)

Has it been another week? Really? Time flies. Not long now and it’s another year, if you know what I mean. The times are changing and so is my outlook on life and with every conversation, every podcast, I am looking for my next purpose in life, the bigger thing. Does that make sense to you? This week I recorded three podcasts. One was about homeless people, one about the plastics in oceans and another was about the generation cherry, and what to do when taking redundancy. Serendepity or not, all of those come at a time when I am discussing not jobs, but opportunities to join and work for companies, doing more contract work and see which direction I might go. Look at adjusting the sails according to the wind in the industry and how I add most value to people that are interested in my skills. And as long as people are interested, and as long as I show flexibility, things will be ok. Life isn’t bad at all, life is good and actually, I would almost go as far as calling it exciting. Embrace life for what it is. Sometimes we just have to take stock, which

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Sunday Column (271)

It seems like a long week. Every time I seem to come down with a common cold, I get something else on top. Or, once ran down, I take ages to recover. I don’t know if it is my immune system, or just all the stuff that was going on over the last few weeks. Anyway, after a temperature and feeling really down last weekend, I slowly recovered from Monday, with last symptoms being there until end of week. It seems to be crazy but I now will be back on my training cycle, not only to keep my weight off but to stay fit and fight off any more bugs. At least this time I can blame the kids for all the bugs as the whole family had it. I still wonder if when travelling you pick up more bugs and with the commute too. I tried vitamin pills, sauna and all, but nothing seems to help. I suppose if your kids got the bug, you can’t escape it. Because on any other aspects of my body, as far as I am aware, I am very healthy. We work on it. Let’s stop moaning about bugs and move on

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