Sleep comes to you, it’s not something you do

All my life I have been struggling with, what I think is called onset sleep insomnia - meaning trouble falling asleep. Once I have fallen asleep I usually sleep just fine. So not the serious kind that keeps you from sleeping several days in a row, but still incredibly annoying. I even think I know … Continue reading Sleep comes to you, it’s not something you do

Stop worrying – get to the confirmed objective facts

There are numerous articles and blog-post that promises to help you get rid of worry. This won’t be one. Try as you might you’ll never get to a point where you’re free of worry in your life. You will probably have periods with more and periods with less, but avoid it altogether won’t happen. What’s … Continue reading Stop worrying – get to the confirmed objective facts

The Myth of Sisyphus starring the hopeful entrepreneur

One of the hard parts about entrepreneurship is the lack of acknowledgement and appreciation when starting out. No one really knows what you are doing. A few people may know the hypothesis behind what you are trying to accomplish but for most unproven ideas they start their life as just that - an unproven hypothesis. … Continue reading The Myth of Sisyphus starring the hopeful entrepreneur

Doing what you love, productivity, procrastination and social media

When you follow your dreams and work with what you love and feel really will do an impact, then you're never hit by procrastination – right? I can't recall how many times I have been met with that assumption. Hey it must be so awesome to work with what you love, then it probably never … Continue reading Doing what you love, productivity, procrastination and social media

Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions

There are several books on the topic of decision-making, a lot more than I will ever read, but here are a couple of recommendations if the topic is of interest to you. If you aren’t interested - maybe you should be. “Surprisingly” we are not as rational as we might think. Our feelings, perceptions and … Continue reading Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions