Keep it short

This ZEN advise might sound quiet paradox, however already in one of the letters in-between the  acient authors Schiller and Goethe is written:  “Sorry I had no time to keep it shorter”.

To be able to be precise and to keep thoughts and subsequent sentence short – you need to be clear in mind and feelings – and sometimes this need quiet some time. To pause –  maybe even to mediate – and to sense along a thought or let emerge what’s coming in the very moment, leads you stepwise to this precise and clear state. Regularity helps to sink in, a certain practice as well,  but what is mostly needed is a careful patience with yourself  in order not to urgently longing for that clarity too much.

About Beachtig

“I love to dig deep to let you find answers to some difficult questions that might be holding you back, almost unconsciously. All to allow you moving forward to reach for your dreams.“ We focus on a holistic and sustainable approach to change management for our business clients such as management teams, non-profits organisations and corporations. Specialized in change and transformation support, we analyse holistically the current situation and the organisation itself. We design goal oriented change management plans that include kick-off meetings, trainings, one to one work as well as the use of divers communication means. Our goal is to generate even in hard situations an atmosphere that allows all people involved to gain trust and courage to foster an active participation in manifesting the change.

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