9 surprisingly simple tips to improve your communcation – MES049

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9 surprisingly simple tips to improve your communicationYou were misunderstood.

Although you have spent a lot of effort to be precise and clear. But nevertheless somehow your counterpart has horribly misunderstood you. And now you’re in big trouble. Perhaps your spouse interpreted your “Nice” for the new dress as inadequate. Or there was this tone of desinterest in your voice. Or you just run into this ugly problem at work and your mind is still in the office. You all remember what happens after such situation. Something has gone wrong. How can we avoid such kind of situation?

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Say YES to your pain and step out of your Comfort Zone – MES048

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Step Out of your Comfort ZoneIt’s a pity.

That most of us find their best time in staying in their Comfort Zone. In this hammock of regular habits. Full of cosy feelings, thoughts and emotions. Of course, we all have our regular habits, the routins. In the morning in the bathroom or in the evening going to bed. We also follow our inner boosters telling us to be perfect, punctual, or push ourselves and hurry up. But it’s really sad, that we regularly get stuck in this zone. Read more

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Avoid managing your time – MES047

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Avoid Time-ManagementAvoid managing your time – MES047

This is the first episode of my new mini-series “Improve Yourself”. This series is based on the results of my last survey on my podcast listeners. We’ll start today with the episode of Time-Management.

Is it really possible to manage time? To do Time-Management? I do not think so. Because time is something we cannot impact or manipulate. The only thing we can do is to change our way to experience time passing by. Read more

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It’s a shame that you do not make the best out of your root cause analysis – MES046

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It's a shameDo you have ever thought about the aftermath for your root cause analysis? What should be done if you have found the real cause of your problem? What do you regularly do after you have made your correction?
By the way – do you know whether your correction really corrects the problem? That it only corrects the problem? And does not introduce a ton of new problems?

In this episode it’s all about what’s coming after the problem’s analysis. Read more

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Tech-Chat: How to maintain derailed projects with Maik Pfingsten – MES045

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Maik PfingstenSometimes people ask me: “What’s that about project troubleshooting? What does it mean? Who does anybody need this kind of stuff? What are you guys doing? And what’s the benefit at the end?” I want to provide some answers on these question. I have invited a friend of mine, who has worked as project troubleshooter for a decade. Maik Pfingsten is an elaborated engineer, a versatile project leader and he has saved a lot of projects under rough conditions. He meanwhile works as mentor, speaker, author and coach for specific topics round about projects in trouble.

He tells us a lot about his very personal way of coping with projects in trouble. About the regular steps he has used and the experiences he has gathered during his long journey.

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