You’ve got to crack an egg to make an omelette.
Fresh chicken egg from the Acla.
think of the things you did well and accomplished in a day, rather than beating yourself up about mishaps. It will set your compass needle to getting more things right and let you sleep better.
Reflection in the Saoseosee.
To start a challenging task or develop a habit start with little – less even than you can certainly achieve. It will give you the reward of succeeding and the incentive to continue.
Low hanging flowers.
Ich: Wie gehst du mit herausfordernden Personen und Situationen bei der Arbeit um?
Nina: Ich bleibe sachlich.
“I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do it.”
– Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren
Even in adverse and unfamiliar situations establish a routine. Bounce back to helpful rituals such as remembering my daily mantra (make today count; be kind), reading the newspaper.
Journal. It helps reflect and put things in order. This creates perspective and understanding.
Never stop counting my blessings, first and foremost Continue reading “What I learned at Samos hospital”
Scouting mnemonic quoted in the film Captain fantastic.
Ski tour to Piz Mezdi.
Gemba – 現場 – Japanese term meaning “the real place”
“In quality management, gemba means the manufacturing floor and the idea is that if a problem occurs, the engineers must go there to understand the full impact of the problem, gathering data from all sources.”
“The only real way to understand a problem is to go and see it on the ground.” Economist article on Genchi genbutsu here.