Patrik Bergman's blog on improving how we work

My name is Patrik Bergman and this is my blog on how we can improve our lives by avoiding information overload. The life most of us live today includes being bombarded by information without having a fair chance to make sense of it.

I have been trained in using Personal Knowledge Mastery​, meaning I know how to go from information chaos to something valuable to share with others. This blog aims to help you take that step, using the advise I share. This blog also contains thoughts on the digital workplace, philosophy, and more.

Check out my latest posts

Don’t extinguish your bad habits – change them
Any given day, we base about 40 percent of what we do on habits. Habits send us into routines where[...]
Back in black, and loving it
Last week, I did something rewarding and simple. I booked two meetings with very knowledgeable and nice people, Hanna from[...]
Big ideas require deep work
“What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important.” - Dwight D. Eisenhower The productivity paradox states[...]
Minimize your regrets as you get old
Since I joined the fabulous Mental Model of the Month Club, we have started going through 12 major mental models.[...]
Ray Dalio’s ‘Principles’ – a reading and some reflections
After I was recommended Ray Dalio’s book ‘Principles’ by many others, I decided to read it. After all, I should[...]
How to invest smarter thanks to the liberal arts
We all want to make smart investments, and there are many ways of doing so. One, for many probably a[...]