Meeting old men

Two observations that old beliefs slowly got obsolete

Aug 28
Meeting old men Cosima Laube

Today I was running in the woods. I stopped by at my favorite spot which is a small lake. Usually it is calm and quite there - and I am the only person. Today there was an old man with his two dogs. The dogs were enjoying a bath in the lake. No quietness!

I felt a bit puzzled but... I stopped anyw…

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Mindful Leadership

Start harvesting the insights from my bachelor's thesis...

Jul 21
Mindful Leadership Cosima Laube

It's been some time I wrote about handing in my thesis and I promised to blog about it, right? Now that this topic is "done-done", feedback from university supervisor as well as grading is there, I can finally do so. Yay!

The thesis' topic was to create a systematic literature review on the broad ar…

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Managers are wiser than average and subordinates are dumber?!

A little story of my life... plus an (uncomfortable) observation

Jul 13
Managers are wiser than average and subordinates are dumber?! Cosima Laube

Recently I had a discussion where I was involved very passionately. It was in a group of people I trust very much. There I opened up and shared a story during discussion. A story of how I perceived managers during my first years being a software developer after university.

A story about managers...

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Making and taking babysteps

What changes the world little by little

Jul 09
Making and taking babysteps Cosima Laube

More than a month just passed since my last post about sustainable pace.

The focus on sustainability for personal stuff and professional topics was a good mental guidance to decide which projects to continue, what to start and where to say "No" to for the current moment.

Where to say "no" to...

Fo…

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Sustainable Pace & Vulnerability - for real!

How getting towed triggered personal insights...

Jun 21
Cosima Laube

Today my car got towed. Unexpectedly (honestly!). After a long workshop day.
And I found myself pushed to the limit. Within seconds. Somewhere torn between anger, sadness and several other emotions. Almost crying.

Seriously?? For being towed???

After I pulled myself together, I phoned around, foun…

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