• Leadership,  Science

    Why are facts so hard to accept?

    Any normal person, regardless of nationality, color or political stance, would strive to get the truth and a full set of facts before deciding on doing one or the other. We all would (I hope). So how come that some 72 million people in the USA went to vote for the latter?

  • Leadership,  Worklife

    Unboss – more than just a philosophy

    Are you familiar with the philosophy behind the term 'Unboss'? Have you read the 2012 book that introduced the concept of the 'Unbossed organisation' yet? Did you find yourself among the sceptics initially dismissing the idea saying: "This is fine…

  • Worklife

    What is a meaningful job?

    If your job feels meaningful to you only because it has a big paycheck attached, you may be in for a big disappointment. On the other hand, if you can explain why your job makes the world a better place,…

  • Leadership,  Science

    Social Media is mostly about… me!

    On July 30, 2014, the Danish Social Scientist and Historian, Michael Böss, pitched a commentary in the Danish national daily, Berlingske Tidende, about how we - the primate Homo Sapiens - use Social Media. This made me think about the…

  • Health,  Leadership,  Science

    Are you laughing enough at work?

    Laughter is most likely not the first thing you think of when you are asked to reflect on your job. Except perhaps if you are a stand-up comedian or a circus clown. But maybe we should start including the sheer…

  • Health,  Science

    Happier without the sour bungle

    Do you belong to that part of frequent Facebook-users who are starting to feel a bit nauseated - or just plainly annoyed - by the growing amount of cackle and bungle in that forum? And do you overall believe, that…

  • Health,  Worklife

    Why work more than 40 hours?

    I love to work – also when it requires more than the standard 40 hours a week. But does working more make any sense? The answer is of course both ‘Yes’ and ‘No’.

  • Health

    Rumination – or how not to bring a cow to bed

    Everyone alive needs time to reflect - or to 'ruminate' - in order to stay alive, so to speak. According to Coach Chris MacDonald this is the most obvious thing to most enlightened people in the industrialized world. The question…

  • Misc.

    Ken Ley – now in English

    A new blog has entered the blogosphere. Leys.dk contains the thoughts and comments of Kenneth Ley Milling primarily on kournalism, politics, leadership and not least how they are conducted.

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