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“If you listen to your body when it whispers, you won’t have to hear it scream…”

After a car accident, whiplash and burnout, I had to learn how to manage my energy in a different way. My trusty ‘turbo button’ was broken. I had to learn to listen to my body. Healthy eating, yoga, meditation, healthy exercise, taking it easy, letting go, listening. An adventurous journey, not always easy, that is still ongoing.

Energy management- inspiration shot Oct 2018

2020-04-05T13:25:48+02:00

Energy management- inspiration shot Oct 2018 Last week I woke up with a weird feeling in my body. I recognized the feeling vaguely, from the distant past, but I couldn’t pinpoint what it was. I tried to analyze: I felt relaxed, lazy even, satisfied? It was like [...]

Energy management- inspiration shot Oct 20182020-04-05T13:25:48+02:00

Prescan: useful or just a medical adventure?

2020-04-05T13:26:35+02:00

Prescan: useful or just a medical adventure? When a friend asked if I wanted to join him for a two day medical ‘prescan’ trip to Germany, my first reaction was ‘no way!’ Why would I put my healthy body through all kinds of medical procedures? But then I [...]

Prescan: useful or just a medical adventure?2020-04-05T13:26:35+02:00

How to light your fire without a burnout… Energy management for people with a passion

2019-12-17T06:59:21+01:00

How can you follow your dreams without ending up in a nightmare? How can let your passion guide you, without the risk of being paralyzed by disappointment? How can you achieve huge results without depleting your reserves? This book is for strong, passionate, driven people, who want to find sustainable ways to keep focusing on their goals without ending in collapse. It is a personal account with sound advice on how to balance your feminine and masculine side. To let go when you need to, yet to persevere when you have to; and to know the difference.

How to light your fire without a burnout… Energy management for people with a passion2019-12-17T06:59:21+01:00

Peyote Whisperer?

2020-04-05T13:27:36+02:00

Peyote Whisperer? When I told my friend Randall Rodrigues about my weird connection with a group of Peyote cacti in Amsterdam, he said: “So you are like a Peyote whisperer?” I laughed it off, but in the days following his remark I explored this strange connection and concluded [...]

Peyote Whisperer?2020-04-05T13:27:36+02:00

Choices

2020-04-05T13:28:42+02:00

Choices Many people feel stressed or even paralyzed because they have too many choices. Lately I have been asked to contribute to seminars, webinars and masterclasses on this topic. I came to the following analysis/exercise. Map your choices on two axis: how much do you enjoy [...]

Choices2020-04-05T13:28:42+02:00

Get shit done!

2020-04-05T13:29:15+02:00

Get shit done! On a cruise for location independent entrepreneurs I met Dan and Bjorn. Like me, they both travel several months a year while running their businesses. Together we figured out what makes us productive in challenging circumstances. And how we balance work and fun for optimal [...]

Get shit done!2020-04-05T13:29:15+02:00

Life lessons from Tango

2020-02-18T06:45:58+01:00

Life lessons from Tango When I hired a private tango teacher in Buenos Aires, I thought the daily lessons would teach me the dance. Never could I have imagined that I would also get profound insights into my own psychology. In the end I discovered that [...]

Life lessons from Tango2020-02-18T06:45:58+01:00

I’d lost my mojo

2020-04-05T13:30:27+02:00

I’d lost my mojo I’d lost my mojo – my spark. And I hadn’t even realised. Until I came across it again in Brazil, after a cruise with 150 digital nomads. I had been struggling with my health for over ten months. Apparently I had asked more of myself [...]

I’d lost my mojo2020-04-05T13:30:27+02:00