Following your dream...

... by building it on your own - one short example

May 15
Following your dream... Cosima Laube

Today it is not about my goals or dreams but about a music artists' dream.

On 14th of May I treated myself with a classical concert. Did not do that for a long time for many reason, mostly because of "I have no time". Then I saw an advertisement in two with this young man (ok, in fact he is two ye…

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Bumble Bee Boxing

On creativity and reframing - or: decent structuring of chaos time with timeboxes

Apr 26
Bumble Bee Boxing Cosima Laube

Some days ago I had a very valuable discussion with one of my colleagues who is very passionate about using timeboxing appropriately and wisely. He also said that timeboxes can be used to be sure to "not forget about time". You have a certain amount of time where you can feel free of worrying about…

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Start with what you have

Two short stories about passion, focus, eating my own dogfood & having valuable connections

Apr 17
Start with what you have Cosima Laube

The last couple of days I stumbled over starting (or dealing) with what I have in its best sense and in multiple variations. Today I share two of these little stories:

Passion for work

The first story on starting with what you have is about my new job as a Scrum Master. In our company we are not wor…

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Agile Running

Parallels between running, agile software development & sustainable living

Apr 07
Agile Running Cosima Laube

One of my three goals I am focussing on this year is doing a healthy marathon in October. Running seems more than ever my form of applied mindfulness, my kind of moving meditation. This said and seeing nature waking up, enjoying the sun and everything blossoming, I am running even more than I did be…

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It's the little things

Seeing & valueing things you may have overseen in the past

Mar 31
It's the little things Cosima Laube

Today's post is basically just this picture.

I found those flowers on my parking lot. Needed to take a picture as their beauty touched me. The longer I practise seeing and appreciating "small" things the more I see of them. So changed perception seems to change inner parts in a positive way. A fri…

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