The other day, on my way home from a client, I took a detour. All of a sudden, and without intention, I stood in front of an office building from a big animation-game studio. By chance, I had contacted them some weeks back and inquired if my knowledge in movement dynamics, spatiality, audio-visual production and […]
About two and a half month ago after a few weeks on the waiting list, I borrowed a book from the local library: “Maybe you should talk to someone” by Lori Gottlieb.I enjoyed the back and forth between personal insights and the case-study-like anecdotes from her work as an L.A.-based psychotherapist. As life has it, […]
Do you know a leader who inspires you? If you do, great! If you don’t, you might want to read on. Growing up in Vienna at a privileged period of reflective analysis about historical facts and lessons learned from the past, the word “leader” didn’t feel like an inspiration. It felt like a threat. Masses […]
There is only so much you can control when it comes to your success. But there are other things that you can do. Find out about some of them.
Mike Tyson once said: Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. For him he meant it literally, for most of use we can fortunately understand it as a metaphor. Your success will not be decided by how good your plan is, but how well you will adjust the plan once you […]
A dear friend of mine, made a comment the other day about an article I wrote earlier: Controlling Your Environment.It made me think, about the foundation for my reasoning: complicated systems and complex systems. A stage environment is a complicated system. But with enough training (and the help of other specialists) you’ll be able to […]
Continuous improvement is a great methodology to gradually move a project forward. It gives you the power to start out in a dull place of suboptimal to end up in a place of amazing glitter and shine (if that’s what your project is about).