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  • 21 Nov 2018 ()
    Podcast 16 - Mental Training

    When you read about mental training, you may learn some mental gymnastics tricks to help you focus. But often the very basic skill of being here and now is skipped. And if training to be here and now is covered, it usually involves doing something to ensure you don’t drift... Read more!


  • 18 Nov 2018 ()
    Podcast 15 - Learn better public speaking, even without slides

    To become a good public speaker, practice. To become a great public speaker, practice more. Here are my tips for you along the way: Decide on the impact and value you would like to make with the audience Instead of using slides, jot down a set of keywords or phrases... Read more!


  • 07 Nov 2018 ()
    Podcast 14 - Impress with the Arrow->Box->Arrow method

    Yesterday I did a talk at the Procurement 4.0 conference at Deloitte in Oslo. While the topic I covered was digitilization in shipping, I ended up recommending the audience to go home and ask their sexual partner how they could be the ideal partner in bed for them… and then... Read more!


  • 03 Nov 2018 ()
    Podcast 13 - Can collaboration be good business? Shipping, ant hills and the crazy fashion industry

    Why is collaboration good business? Why share? What does shipping have in common with the pharmaceutical industry? What is “ant hill innovation”, and how does that concept relate to the IT industry? Having had the privilege working for my main client Dualog during the past few years, I have gained... Read more!


  • 26 Oct 2018 ()
    Podcast 12 - Women will be last to be replaced by robots and AI

    Earlier today I held a workshop in Tromsø - north of the arctic circle - at the annual WISTA conference (WISTA being the “Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association”). The topic of my workshop was “Digitization, robots and AI. Why women will be the last to be replaced by robots... Read more!



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