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I'm currently in Paris and overwhelmed by the beauty of the city. Wherever you look, you discover little wonderlands. The beauty of the buildings, streets, squares, and people is overwhelming.

I yearn for depth and quality. Instead, we tend to constantly choose quantity. More of this. More of that. Rushing through work quickly. It would be wiser to take our time. Time and depth to complete tasks with full dedication and the best quality.

Accountability is a quality that plays a crucial role in many aspects of our lives. It represents the ability to take promises and commitments seriously and consistently follow through with them. Whether in professional relationships, personal connections, or even self-leadership, accountability is a key to achieving goals and fostering healthy relationships. In this blog post, we will delve deeper into the significance of accountability and how to attain and practice it.

Today, I traveled to Paris, and as always, outings with children require careful planning. Not only because it can be inherently chaotic, but also because you're leaving your familiar work environment, and daily life is completely different. A new environment can often impact productivity, but there are effective strategies to counter this: detailed planning.

It's crucial to create clear task lists and formulate them as precisely as possible, for example:

On the 17th day of my 50-Day Life Transformation Challenge, I'm dedicating myself to the topic of "Focused Work," also known as "Deep Work" – immersing oneself in work without distractions.

Some time ago, I wrote about the concept of pseudo work. Pseudo work is work that appears to keep us busy but doesn't actually create value. It tricks us into thinking we're highly productive when, in reality, we're not making real progress.

Goals are always just stages on our journey. Anyone who believes that reaching a goal is the pinnacle may be disappointed, as emptiness can replace happiness.

Goals are like milestones on our path toward the North Star we aim for. Achieving a goal should be celebrated, but at the same time, we should calmly set our sights on the next milestone without excessive emotional reactions.

Success is not a straight line but a chain of good decisions on a path full of crossroads.

Success is a multifaceted goal that we all aspire to achieve. Yet, on our journey to success, we often overlook a crucial factor: our relationships with other people. In this post, we will discuss how you can maximize your potential for success by building a strong network and becoming a memorable brand.

A few weeks ago, I founded a new company called skillution. We are focused on developing an app for coaches and academies that allows them to market their courses online. Currently, I'm working on implementing a booking process that enables customers to subscribe to our skillution portal through our website.

I want to simplify things - get rid of clutter. Instead, I want to focus on a few valuable things. To build a strong foundation instead of accumulating countless unimportant things. This applies to both my mind and my surroundings.

Simplification brings clarity. Simple structures are easy to understand, navigate, and maintain. A few simple structures are easier to manage and can be strengthened gradually.

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