Brief Coaching

Try Crazy - Creation Coaching

What would be the best possible thing that could happen to you, professionally and personally? Would you like to find out?

You are invited to try out a BRIEF COACHING SESSION. It is brief and it helps you overcome the rocks and blocks on your travels. Yes, luckily, it is crazy too. We might talk solutions rather than problems.

Curious? I am. Please feel free to follow your curiosity. Call or mail me for an introduction via skype or phone.

Friendly reminder



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Straight from the heart – to everyone close by and further away.

Practice this

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Agreed, it doesn’t look like it, but spring is really nearly there. Better start practicing right now.

Toddler Drawing Method

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I want to share this experience with you. Best is when you start doing it yourself. You need a stack of A4 paper, ± 10 kids color markers with stump points. Something to lay underneath, bigger then your A4 format, if you like to keep your desk clean. Make sure there is enough empty space on the table. Take your paper and put your markers around you. Start drawing like a toddler would.
If you don’t have kids or never observed them drawing, here are some tips. Stop thinking. Pick up a marker. Take it in your hand, while making a fist. This is vital: take the marker in your fist. Forget about trying to be careful with the markers or saving paper. Start drawing with all your might and energy. Maybe it is not drawing. Scratching, forcing the color down on the paper? Do not try to make something beautiful or meaningful. Get carried away. Do not linger. If you feel thoughts coming up or hesitations on how to continue. Stop. Take out the next paper. And GO!

For one thing it is liberating: it feels damn good! I call it the Toddler Drawing Method.

Do the dance

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Rename it


I always feel that summer rain makes nature smile.
The smell of the earth confirms it. The birds whistle it.
Who needs more proof?