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Charisma on Command — An Example of a Great Online Brand

As 2016 is the year of massive action for me, I am rapidly developing myself on all kinds of fields. On a Friday night I was having a YouTube learning session when I started searching for ‘charisma’. Five of the first ten search results where from a source called Charisma on Command, so it was no coincidence I […]

Impact, Self

Being Successful Not Because, But Despite

Success leaves clues, which is one of the main reasons I love to read biographies. I’ve recently read the biographies of the amazing Jay Z and Steve Jobs. They have achieved amazing things, and the books carefully outline their steps to success. However, some of the actions don’t match my internal representations of success. A traits both […]

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These Are The 20+ Roles You Perform When Self-Publishing a Cook Book — And Why ‘I Can’t Do That’ Is Not An Excuse

We recently self-published our very first cook book. It’s our most personal project ever, as the PURE COOK BOOK tells the story of our dad, Papa Kazmi. Backed by a strong community of fans, friends and family, we decided to take matters in our own hands. We were responsible for the entire process, from concepting to funding, from […]

Impact, Relationships

When Your Work Is Your Art

Some people work for the money, other people work for the fame. There is more to work for, though. You’ll get the real benefit when you work to give. Like the artist Teitur. In his popular TED Talk, this is what he says about work: ‘Singing is sharing. When you sing, you have to know what you’re talking about […]

Impact, Relationships

The 80/20 Rule in Leadership: Three Actions That Determine Employee Behavior

Lifestyle entrepreneurs live by the 80/20 rule: do the 20% of activities that result in 80% of the results. In a life of more, maximizing output with limited resources is key. You can apply the rule almost everywhere. From exercising to learning, from meditation to creating your very first e-book. While co-reading ‘Discover Your Talents‘ by Paul ‘t Mannetje […]