The words before all others

The words before all others

The words before all others

The words before all others, according to Native American traditions are the words of gratitude. Seemingly it has a healing effect to always find positive things in our lives and direct our focus there. This list might be short at the beginning but will hopefully grow.

  • I would like to thank Rienk who has made me an organizer in my group on Meetup.com which made me discover a different side of myself and also the passion that comes with it.
  • I would also like to thank Clifford Nwaeburu for the incredible pictures he has taken on one of my events and which provide the most important frame of my website. If you’d like to see more of his work you can do it here: Flikr
  • I’m grateful to Simon Sinek and his inspiring work. My Inspiration Statement is basically his “Why Statment”. I have changed it to Inspiration Statement because I suffered severe attacks by people who stated that “I inspire people to do what inspires them so that we, together, change the world for the better” is not an answer to the question why and I have to agree. A possible answer to why would be something like “because I firmly believe that curious, creative, inspired and passionate people can change the world for the better if they love what they do”. That is my core belief, my motivator or what I stand for.
  • I thank Nils Manuel Mora for his stunning pictures on the Margarethe’s Gorge and also taken on my “Inspiration Gathering at the Campfire” event. Hopefully there will be more embellishing my website soon. You can see his work here: His Website

more coming soon …

Draft your Inspiration Statement

Knowing your Inspiration Statement is a powerful tool for living a fulfilled live with a purpose. You will know why you get up in the morning and what’s your motivation.

Inspiration & Leadership

“The mind can be convinced but the heart must be won. Real leadership is based on inspiration not manipulation. Leadership is an education. And the best leaders think of themselves as the students, not the teachers.Leadership is not about being in charge. Leadership is about taking care of those in your charge.”

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