Day Parenting

One game to CTRL the Shift...

Apr 19
Day Parenting Cosima Laube

This year in February I attended Play4Agile again. Some time after this unconference I stumbled upon the book 'CTRL Shift' by Mike Bonifer and Jessie Shternshus. Udo Wiegärtner and Adrian Suciu held one session at #p4a18 about unlearning and about this book. Of course, I immediately ordered it and t…

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Explorative running

On all the stuff running can do for you(r life)

Apr 12
Explorative running Cosima Laube

Since a couple of weeks I am doing endurance running again. And I am doing it in quite a disciplined way. This endurance thingy helps with the black dog - who on the one hand wants me to believe by all means that he doesn't like going outside... and at the same time he longs so much for the calmness…

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Feedback? It's a present!

A random, deep going experience on receiving feedback

Feb 19
Feedback? It's a present! Cosima Laube

I received feedback today. Written feedback (written, for good reasons).

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I found myself instantly looking for "the good" and "the bad" things.
I was literally looking for judgement.
I found myself kind of longing for judgement!
Judgement like I have…

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Curiosity, Openness, and Acceptance.

What recent travel taught me about the non-judging awareness aspect of mindfulness.

Jan 07
Curiosity, Openness, and Acceptance. Cosima Laube

In Germany we say "between the years" if we want to refer to the time between Christmas and New Years Eve. In this time I travelled for 5 days to Leipzig in Eastern Germany to attend the 34th Chaos Communication Congress (34c3 in short).

One of the principles at the Congress is that All creatures a

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Writing a wish list to Santa

Even for grown-ups - and even in a business context!

Dec 12
Writing a wish list to Santa Cosima Laube

Recently - while running - I had that spontaneous thought: why not writing a wish list to Santa.

Crazy, right?

I am now in my mid-thirties and the first thing my inner critical voice said was also: you're crazy - wish lists are for children! Secondly I attributed that thought to the runner's hi…

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