I speak about how to become a digital nomad, the challenges and the advantages of this lifestyle, how I usually work on the road and how to earn money. I tell about, where to register as a permanent traveller, how and where to have your insurances and where to invest in your future as a digital nomad – and many more.
A few months later the international channel DW published this documentary in English.
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Intuition is something that every one of us carries deep inside with us. There might be people who are talented in using his or her intuition, but in fact intuition is what you can train and learn to use as a high value skill. If we want to achieve something in life that makes us happy, we need the right vision.
To get a clear vision, we need to look in our hearts. Intuition is useful for decision-making, problem solving, creativity increasing, receive massages as warnings, foretelling future events, spiritual guidance and to stay focused on your real goals.
With following tools you can increase your intuition in just a few weeks:
Meditate regularly. Try to mediate daily for at least 10-15 minutes. A clear and empty mind, helps you to get to the point, who you really are and what you really want.
Practice silence. Listen and observe more. Talk and think less.
Be present. Try always to be in the moment. Be aware of your situations, actions and feelings.
Dream interpretation. In dreams we process a lot of unconscious thoughts and actions. To learn about your dreams and their meanings, can help to increase our intuition.
Checking with your feelings. Learn more about your self and train your consciousness of your unconsciousness. Check minimum twice a day how do you feel right now. Inside of you, on your close or around your. Write it down brackets or bullet points.
Consume less TV, radio, entertainment internet content or music
Have a regular morning and night ritual. Try to keep some rituals right after you wake up and right before bedtime. That keeps your thoughts and actions clear and open for bigger inspirations.
Be playful, silly and creative. Whenever you need it, dance, laugh, smile, make jokes, doodle or do any other things that break your serious rational mind.
Create a unity between your voice and what you’re talking, your thoughts and what your thinking and your actions, what you finally do with it.
Practice and exercise yoga, dancing and stretching to balance your body, mind and soul.
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that donors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” (Albert Einstein)
“All of economics is meant to be about people’s behavior. So, what is behavioral economics, and how does it differ from the rest of economics?
Economics traditionally conceptualizes a world populated by calculating, unemotional maximizers that have been dubbed Homo economicus. The standard economic framework ignores or rules out virtually all the behavior studied by cognitive and social psychologists. This “unbehavioral” economic agent was once defended on numerous grounds: some claimed that the model was “right”; most others simply argued that the standard model was easier to formalize and practically more relevant. Behavioral economics blossomed from the realization that neither point of view was correct.
The standard economic model of human behavior includes three unrealistic traits—unbounded rationality, unbounded willpower, and unbounded selfishness—all of which behavioral economics modifies.” (Herbert Simon)
One of my friends, Jan Dominik Gungel (get.behavecon.com) published a book about this topic and I helped him to promote it. Today we have a free campaign (JUST TODAY) and you get the book for free on amazon.com.