10 Things i learned in 25 years.

  1. Competive sport is a great education.
  2. Knowing some artist makes you fit for life. 1)the living the unsecure 2)the need less money for life 3) the know how to enjoy the life 4) they always looking for new ways of creating something.
  3. Always read books. I made the mistake and missed that point for some time.
  4. Make things and share it. I didn`t showing my photos to the people enough.
  5. To be happy, build friendships in the youth. Later they are maybe lifetime friendships. Competive sports in the youth is great for that.
  6. Read art books, go to exibitions and talk about it. You can use the knowledge in many parts of your life.
  7. If you live in Berlin and doing art, have friends how making art AND also frienships with people how have dayjobs.
  8. Never stop learning. There are great books and stuff for free at online universitys. I like the U.S.A. autors, mostly they have a blog and a twitter account.
  9. To learn coding you didn`t need an offical education. (for germans 🙂 ) You just need brain + passion for it.
  10. Start in your youth with a diary


Seven creativity characteristics

In his study Martinsen identifies seven paramount personality traits that characterise creative people:

• 1. Associative orientation: Imaginative, playful, have a wealth of ideas, ability to be committed, sliding transitions between fact and fiction.

• 2. Need for originality: Resists rules and conventions. Have a rebellious attitude due to a need to do things no one else does.

• 3. Motivation: Have a need to perform, goal-oriented, innovative attitude, stamina to tackle difficult issues.

• 4. Ambition: Have a need to be influential, attract attention and recognition.

• 5. Flexibility: Have the ability to see different aspects of issues and come up with optional solutions.

• 6. Low emotional stability: Have a tendency to experience negative emotions, greater fluctuations in moods and emotional state, failing self-confidence.

• 7. Low sociability: Have a tendency not to be very considerate, are obstinate and find faults and flaws in ideas and people.


Jessica Stillman



Work with intention

1. Your Interest (What fascinates you?)

2. Your Key skills. (What are yours skills and your naturel gift?)

3. Your “opportunity stream” (You must simply define “opportunity” as anything that brings you a step closer to your genuise interest.)

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Best Twitter Accounts around the start-up cosmos

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@scottbelsky Making Ideas Happen

@SeanEllis Growth Hacking

@tferriss Personal Development/ Startup Tips

@Digitaltonto Writer Disruption

@AllisonStadd Marketing Writer 99u

@KirkDBorne Data Scientist at @BoozAllen

@nntaleb Author Antifragil/ Black Swan

@PaulJun_ Writer 99u

@dorieclark Writer Marketing

@farnamstreet great Blogger about business/philosophy

@sgblank Startup Basic Knowledege

@AlexOsterwalder Founder of the Business Modell Canvas


Maximize Your Potential: Making your own luck.

Making your own luck.

1 Look beyond the job title, and focus on your mission

2 Explore new technoligies with enthusiasm

3 Make a habit of helping people whenever you can.

4 Be proactive aout taking on additidional responsilities and pitching new projects

5 Cultivate your “luck quotient” staying open on alert

6 Always asking “Whats next?”





It’s Not All About “Me”: The Top Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport with Anyone

1)  Establish artificial time constraints

2) Make Sure Your Body Language is In Sync

3) Speak Slowly

4) Ask For Help

5) Suspend Your Ego

6) Validate Others

7) Ask: How? When? Why?

8) Quid Pro Quo

9) Give A Gift

10) Managing Your Own Expectations

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