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Thoughts on belongingness

The Personal Legend of Entrepreneurship

“Don’t forget that everything is one big whole. And don’t forget the language of the omens. And – above all – don’t forget to follow your Personal Legend all the way to the end.” At the end of Paulo Coelho’s masterpiece, ‘The Alchemist’, the protagonist…

Thoughts on belongingness

Love for something greater

Deepak Chopra, an acknowledged Indian American doctor, spiritual teacher and author, translates EGO to “Edging God Out”. Said differently, the EGO edges out the purpose, the love – and the passion – for something bigger than yourself. What’s bigger than yourself is what drives the…

Thoughts on belongingness

The story that is told about you

The speech that you hear in connection with your departure isn’t necessarily the same as the story that is told about you on Monday morning when someone new is sitting in your chair. And I have started to wonder why this is the case. The…

Thoughts on belongingness

You are your karma

I have reached a place, professionally and as a human being, where I lean more and more heavily on the laws of karma and their self-regulation. This, in turn, means that I feel less obligated to monitor the less appealing areas of the actions of…

Thoughts on belongingness

Banal, basic self-management

It’s only now as a leader that I realize who I dare to share my personal strengths and vulnerability with. I’m not as guarded anymore. I dare to be more personally transparent. This is a trait that my time in the entrepreneurial environment has helped…

Thoughts on belongingness

The faithless, cultivation and education

The Danish alphabet has more letters than the English alphabet, and that’s probably a good thing as our young generations are grouped under different letters, such as generation X, Y, etc. But it seems that the complexity in having these generations in the organisation increases…