Monthly Archives: November 2016

Changing Tires Life Model

Two of the winter tires were spinning the wrong way leading water into the wheel rather then away from it. When I notised I wanted to change it round. There were protests:

–       Don’t worry about that. It was that way last year and nothing happened.

–       But now I know about it and I want it to be right. I can’t let it be wrong when I can easily change it. Otherwise, I would worry. The car testing authorities would demand a change to optimise breaking. Would the traffic insurance even be fully valid like this?

I decided that I if wouldn’t get help I’d change it myself and I said:

–       You may help me if you like.

And I did get help. So what if it worked last year. With all the wheels  spinning in the right direction I feel calm and that I’m on the right track in my life. If and when I find that one of fundaments in my life is wrong I change it. I rebuild from the foundation when needed. I’m happy to do so.

In the summer it will be time to change the tires again. Summer is a time in life when the foundations need adjusting again. It is bit tiresome. But the advantages outweigh the hardship. It will be much quieter in the car and the streets will not wear out those studs that will be needed as support when winter comes.


If Life was a Game

Do we take our lives seriously – really? Certainly we live and life goes on. But if life is serious shouldn’t we control it? Shape it according to our desires rather than just let it pass?

In the sunflower challenge we played that the sunflowers stood for entrepreneurship and their growth showed our company’s development. But almost everyone – including Rawden Consulting – did not report the results and missed out on the chance to position themselves and win. We did not take it seriously. It was not real.

But when we played as kids – then it was serious. We decided to play something, got totally into it and got lost in time and space. Time rules dissolved because we were so focused.

We can do the same as adults too – if we take life seriously, like a game!