We do not choose our emotions, but we can decide what to do with them. We can leave the anger and fear drive our society and our lives or we can use the energy generated by these emotions to look for solutions instead of culprits.
You would like to spend some time traveling/sailing with your family but you are still wondering where to start to prepare your adventure? If that is the case, we will happily see you at the Geneva boat show, on the 9th of November. We are looking forward to sharing our experience and getting you started.
Since I am self-employed and I am trying to sell my services I appreciate more every feedback or recommendation that I receive, with this article I want to encourage you to give feedback when something or someone is important for you and to think about others feedback.
We went through the design thinking loop for several iterations, adapting our boat homeschooling technique to our needs. After some iterations, we would like to share with you what is working for us
3 weeks ago, I gave my first conference about Agile4Life. What an opportunity to inspire others sharing our journey! I really enjoy sharing some of my passions: family, agility and sailing.
We are all astonished that we see more plastic floating around than fishes when we are sailing. Everyday we see at least one plastic bag floating in the sea. It is everyone's responsibility to make the sea clean again, minimising plastic usage and throwing away the plastic to the recycling bins.
3 months ago I gave a try to the kudo cards at home, the kids created their own family kudobox and the kudo cards. From that day, during the week any family member can post a kudo card in the box and at the end of the week in our family retrospective meeting we open the box.
We had vision! We had a dream! We build the strategy that came up with a prioritised backlog for all family. How our agile mindset is helping us to prepare our trip.
Useful tips to build communication material such as presentations and trainings through itetrations and feedback with an agile mindset