114. True Rewards

Was very tempted to download a game tonight, perhaps one of my old strategy games. Exhausted after meetings and clients but … no.

If I want to change my life this is the last chance.

Every scrap of free time can’t be polluted with noise from the Internet of ‘sweets’ for my brain, like a game.… Read more

113. For Life

These past days I’ve been feeling stressed – too stressed, thoughts racing, even my movements too rapid. Like a film set to go at 1.25 instead of 1.00 speed. And that is 0.25 points too much.

This Will Not Stand.

The quality of my life is measured by how I experience it and I have to chose to experience it differently now.… Read more

110. Seven Defining Characteristics of Deep Friendship

1) A friend knows. Knows me.  Knows changes. Knows time. And cares. And I know that he knows and cares.

2) Friends grow old in the right way. For the right purpose. Like something you drink that warms you for a long time after. That’s worth ageing.

3) There are exceptions, but the rule is probably that it is dangerous to confuse colleagues and friends.… Read more

109. That Great Day

A strange day, when work/meetings with two clients got cancelled for various reasons and I just kind of drifted, feeling restless.

But I had a good time to walk into a City-a-little-closer-to-spring and sit down at a central square with a sandwich and think of things.

I decided that despite the sudden ‘free hours’ there was nothing I had to do.… Read more

108. Eight Considerations that Will Help You Set the Right Price for Your Services

This is the first list-post of mine, although I had sworn I’d rather die than ever make one. But I thought it would be a service to future readers who are looking for more direct advice from my experiences – how to use them to help themselves. So here goes!

This one is about how to set the prices when you are just starting out delivering services as en entrepreneur with your own company or freelance-act.… Read more