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A personal awakening from the meaning crisis

Sometimes, life doesn’t go as you have thought, and 2019 has delivered personal circumstances I had a hard time seeing coming. It has been really challenging, but in the midst of this, I noticed ways to get out of the mist. The upside of such life-changing events has been that I have reached out to...

A new road opens, thanks to my network

The summer began with me being asked my former employer to leave the company alongside many others. The pandemic hit the automotive industry very hard, and apparently not even the company expert on Office 365 could be saved. The same time, I prepared and went through the biggest house move ever, where me and the kids and the dog moved to a new place. So what to do to find...

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How the Waking Up app and the Before launcher have helped me

As you might know by now, I am on a quest to bring more calmness and mindfulness into my life. For example, I have written about awakening from the meaning crisis and my Swedish shorter versions of these themes. Today, I will continue on this path but tell you about an app and a launcher that really have helped me: Waking Up by Sam Harris and the minimalist Before launcher...

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Awakening from the meaning crisis, in Swedish

In my last post, I wrote about a life crisis and my way of dealing with it. One of the many ways I chose to take the next step is by engaging in John Vervaeke's video series "Awakening from the meaning crisis". Every Monday, I discuss an episode with members of the Future Thinkers network. But to really understand it, I also record short versions of each episode in Swedish....

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A personal awakening from the meaning crisis

Sometimes, life doesn’t go as you have thought, and 2019 has delivered personal circumstances I had a hard time seeing coming. It has been really challenging, but in the midst of this, I noticed ways to get out of the mist. The upside of such life-changing events has been that I have reached out to my network of people, that I both know and don’t know. Having a couple of...

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Knowledge Management workshop results

Last week, I held a workshop on building a learning organization, including applying knowledge management. I was invited to the Omnia End User Conference in Stockholm, organized by Precio Fishbone that develops the award-winning Omnia suite for Office 365, which we also use at Haldex. During the workshop, I asked the participants to list common areas in their organizations where knowledge transfer of best practices could help them excel. Such...

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My interview in Copenhagen

After I spoke about knowledge management and the digital workplace at IntraTeam in Copenhagen, I was interviewed and here is the result. Such a wonderful event and extended family of experts! https://vimeo.com/328982236

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The Copenhagen books

Yesterday, I held a presentation on knowledge management and the digital workplace at the wonderful IntraTeam event in Copenhagen. During the presentation, I showed books that have helped me understand knowledge management and how to apply it. Here are the books I mentioned: The Knowledge Manager's Handbook: If only we knew what we know: The obstacle is the way: The knowledge illusion: Photo by Max van den Oetelaar on Unsplash

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Gnothi seauton

Getting to know yourself can be joyful and distressing. We are complex creatures and of course have strengths and weaknesses. Facing these can be an eye-opening experience. As a part of this life-long journey, I went to Understand Myself – a personality test developed by Dr. Jordan B Peterson and his team. They have constructed the Big Five Aspects scale based on thousands of people cross-culturally. Their test contains 10...

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Approaching mindfulness

The last five years, I have seen several people I know crash due to stress. And according to the research, this is a problem that is growing at an alarming rate. Meanwhile, at work, we are supposed to be highly driven and focused people that are using the smartest ways to stay on top of all tasks thrown at us. But we all have a limit, and before we reach...

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Objective judgement, unselfish action, and a willing acceptance

"Our actions may be impeded, but there can be no impeding our intentions or dispositions. Because we can accommodate and adapt. The mind adapts and converts to its own purposes the obstacle to our acting. The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way." Marcus Aurelius Stoicism is about turning problems upside down. Instead of treating problems as things that hinder your progress, you treat...

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