How to Generate More Business with Account-Based Marketing


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5 Takeaways From Writing Camp


“How great would it be to combine writing with yoga?” That was my exact thought when I heard about a writing and yoga course at Asphyttan Metta House. To me, it felt natural to put this year’s educational budget on it! I love writing and write a lot at work, but never any fiction. My expectation before attending the camp was mainly that I would be inspired start writing fiction again, because I rarely do it anymore. In retrospect, I can say that the camp lived up to and exceeded my expectations. Here are five things this writing camp taught me:

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15 Tips From Johannes Hansen That Changed My Life


Last year I visited YEoS (Young Entrepreneurs of Sweden) annual congress. YEoS is a network of 200 young Swedish entrepreneurs who all have a dream to build something bigger than themselves. At this year’s annual congress, it was one presentation that affected me more than others. It was Johannes Hansen, Sweden’s foremost mental trainer, who talked about stress. I made lots of notes! He has picked up the tips by working with high achievers in sports and business, focusing on their stress and rehab programs. Below, I will tell you how I have implemented them!

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Do As Einstein – Schedule a Thinking Hour


How much of your working hours do you spend actually reflecting and thinking of the best solutions? For me, the answer used to be zero. I was constantly chasing deadlines and neither had or took my time to stop and think.

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How to Use Bookmarks to Streamline Your Work


Switching tasks is one of the most time-consuming things we can do. When you are a consultant, this becomes even more evident, as you not only need to change tasks in many situations – you also need to change clients. To make these transitions go as smoothly as possible, I work with a few different tactics. One of them is that I have a bookmark folder for each customer, which I can use to open relevant tabs in one click when I switch to that customer. This way, there will be much less time used to context switch between customers, as a lot of navigation disappears. I will explain how this works, step by step.

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Personal Development At Work – This Is How We Do It


“People have an inborn will to grow, get challenged and to do something meaningful,” says psychologist Niklas Laninge in an interview. Studies have shown that we thrive at our job when we get the opportunity to develop and to make a difference. However, this doesn’t only apply for our professional life, but also our private life. That’s why we work with a PDP – Personal Development Plan.

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Inspiration Is Overrated – How To Write More And Better Without It


“I can’t write right now, I don’t feel inspired.” If you’re a person who writes, or dream of becoming one, I can almost guarantee that these are words you’ve said over and over again. I’ve done it countless times myself! Most recently was when I was about to start this text, which I honestly postponed to the last second, because I “didn’t feel inspired”. Well, how do you get inspired?

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How to Increase Email Efficiency As a Consultant


Tons of studies show that switching between tasks is one of our most time consuming tasks. As a consultant this is bad news, as my job requires both switching between tasks and clients. When handling email this become more evident than ever, as opening my inbox usually means facing a lot of different tasks and clients. Therefore I’ve begun to work with email labels and direct links to them, to become more efficient. So far it’s working great. Let me start from the beginning.

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