Being an entrepreneur and being a good father is not easy to combine. Especially when business environment is rough, one child has special needs and the sibblings are triplets. This podcast is about the daily challenges of a life like this, sharing the experience and the learnings, the fun and the desparation in all of it.
Lily Collison - mother of a child with cerebral palsy and author of the book "Spastic Diplegia--Bilateral Cerebral Palsy"
What would you do when doctors tell you about your child´s disability? Well, Lily Collison went into detail when her son was diagnosed with celebral palsy (CP). She completed her master´s degree in medical science to further her CP-learnings. She also wrote a book about the very special type of CP her son was diagnosed with. This book is said to be a MUST READ if either you or someone you know has Spastic Diplegia Bilateral Cerebral Palsy.
In this episode we talk about the challenges of CP, what parents can do about it and the possibilities given to live a rich and full live.
SOLOEPISODE - characteristics of crises and how to deal with them
I have been in several crises in my life. Personal and professional.
When Covid19 started in March 2020, my first thought was: "not again..." My mind was immediately going back to 2008, when we lost about 50% of revenue and 70% of our employees.
Luckily I was able to force myself to stay clear and calm for a few minutes. I started to analyse the situation: What is happening now? What options do I have? And what is a crisis anyways?
You want to know what I came up with? Curios to learn what I did different this time as an experienced crises-survivor than in past crises? In this episode I give then answer to those question and tell you what I learned in the past that I could apply this time.
Roger Brooks is an American Entrepreneur, best-selling author, and podcaster.. We talk about the power of gratitude, handling anxiety and much more
"As soon as you figure out how to be greatful, that´s when everything changes".
Roger Brooks, who is the host and founder of the show American Real TV, in which he lets other people share their story as he beliefs everyone has value to give, beliefs that gratitude is the most important and at the same time hardest skill to master in order to become rich. However, richness is not meant in a financial way. Richness is meant as a comprehensive understanding of life and as a treasure that already lies within you.
Click in a listen to his advice on how to practice gratitide, how to actually make fear your partner and how a sales seminar made him start writing on a daily basis.
Niels Koschoreck is the master of extraordinariness. Listen to his comprehensive approach to living a meaningful and valuable life.
The biggest compliment one can give to Niels Koschoreck is to call him a weirdo. And this is even how he introduces himself to other people. In fact he is truly extraordinary.
In this podcast episode he shares his point of view on fundamental questions of life such as finding meaning, how to deal with bad feelings, the road to happiness and much more.
To him, mastering life is the result of daily practice. Click in an listen to the advice he has to give on how you could life your live in order to be in alignment with yourself, to be more successful and to find happiness to in order to finally "be yourself. just better".
Ray Popoola is a Swiss based coach for high performance business people and athletes. We talk about the 12 primal fears and how overcoming them
We all are afraid. But we respond differently to it. And what is unsure: is fear a good thing? Or is it something bad? Ray considers it actually as a good thing. But when it is in the way of reaching our goals, it becomes bad. What to do about it?
Furthermore we talk about is experience with prejudice because of his skin colour (Ray has Nigerian roots) and his perspective on the „black live matters“ movement. And among other things we cover (such as The Reiss Profiling Method) Ray, who is an expert on hypnosis, gives some crucial insides what this actually is and how to use it.
In part 3 with Jim Walker we learn how the accident has made Jim reflect on his life and how it started a healing process that is still ongoing
The accident changed Jim´s life. He sold everything in Hamburg, Germany and moved back to Toronto, Canada to life with his father. Old scars burst open and he is forced to deeply reflects his life and to ask himself, if his life contains only some good stories or if it actually has been a good one. Has he truly been himself?
He realizes that the accident has brought him back to Ground Zero and that looking at the connective dots in your life could be the key to actually find piece.
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I remember your stories about your children, how you learned from them to live here and now. That`s our success. I`m sure you’ll reach many people with your knowledge and your heart.
It‘s a real honor that Mr. Habermann shares his experiances via Podcast. Very interesting and well done.
One word: Impressed
I‘m very impressed about this podcast from Hendrik and the talk with Melanie from the children‘s hospice „Regenbogenland“