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Do you want to change your life? Join me on my 50-Day Life Transformation Challenge. Get involved! It won't cost you anything except a few bad habits.

50 Days Challenge

Emails can be a productivity killer, but they are essential for my communication. The actual problem is multifaceted because emails demand immediate attention. The constant checking of the inbox has become ingrained in my brain, redirecting my focus to it regardless of my current activity.

Each time, I depart from a state of Deep Work and divert my attention to an entirely different subject—emails. Returning to the state of Deep Work then costs significant energy and time.

I'm right in the midst of practicing my challenge. Today's task is to derive concrete action steps from my plan. 📅 I've set the goal of formulating three specific tasks for each sub-area. 📝

A brief recap: on the 25th day of my challenge, I wrote a Vision Document. 🌟 In it, I precisely outlined how my life will look in a year. 🗺️

I outlined the following core areas: 🎯

Today marks the halfway point of my 50-Day Life Transformation Challenge. I've set a goal to completely revamp my life by the time I reach my 40th birthday. During the first 25 days, I focused on making changes to my daily routine, life situation, habits, and mindset. Starting today, I'm diving into the nitty-gritty: these changes will be tackled with specificity and focus. So, here we go!

Many of us dream of a better version of our lives. We aspire to change, improve, and experience personal growth. However, too often, we wait for these changes to come from the outside. What we often overlook is the immense power we already possess to shape our lives according to our desires. This blog post will explain how you can change your life by shifting your focus and reframing your perspective.

Do you also struggle to get back on track in the mornings? Perhaps you had ambitious plans the day before, but the next morning, there's little left of them. Maybe you lack motivation, or suddenly, you see many small obstacles in the plan you had forged. However, if you feel this way, welcome to the club; it's perfectly normal. But you can do something about it.

No matter what you do, do it with passion! With every activity and everything you do, focus on the result, the output. Ask yourself: "Is what I'm doing right now really contributing to my progress?"

Whether you're working, relaxing, communicating, or watching a movie – always question if what you're doing serves the desired outcome.


While working, consider if your approach is ensuring the best possible results. Also, read my post on pseudo work.

Honestly? What are you waiting for? Do everything you can now. The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now! Get started! Don't hesitate! Don't overthink!

At the end of your life, you won't regret your experiences or the things you've done, but rather the things you haven't. Life is like a river, and standing still means fighting against the current. It drains your energy without any benefit.

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.

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