About Relevance

Hmm, my turn to write. First thought: „look what the others did…“. Did not really work this way. Why? Well, there are not so many „others“ around. For some reasons, this blogg is not on a high priority list of those who have been supposed to leave some comments – including myself(despite the „usual three or four subjects“). This means for me: a) this blog is not a very sufficient way of communication for us, b) people do not find the blog relevant or c) the potential users do not know how to use it. For me, statements one and two suits well.

Anyhow, I do not have any better ideas, and I am trapped between my sense of responsibility, my willingness to contribute and at least I open my mouth (not literally). Well, here we go:

So I share two things: One usefull and one useless. Its upon you to decide which one is what for you:

– Strengthsfinder 2.0 has been released. Go, buy the book by Tom Rath at amazon or whereever, visit the http://www.strengthsfinder.com hompepage – do the test and learn about yourself by digging into your strengths.

– Check out http://www.askaninja.com and learn from a true ninja.

Take care


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3 Antworten zu About Relevance

  1. fraukegodat schreibt:

    Ahhh, the relevance question, here it is again! And I am glad it came up. We just had an OpenSpace-Online conference with AIESEC National Board Alumni last week and I think in order to develop and to grow this question and related questions have to be there:

    – If you believe in it (a project, an organisation, the IMAGINE community) then what is your contribution to make it relevant?
    – Why is the IMAGINE community relevant to you?

    It is actually really interesting to check the statistics of our blog: https://imagineblog.wordpress.com/wp-admin/index.php?page=stats

    And to see who is referring to our blog from other blogs and how people find our blog. Have you seen Ama’s comment?

    Here is the list of search strings from today:
    quitting aiesec
    imagine without computer
    Appreciative Inquiry games
    aiesec Life alumni
    Action research (its origin and rational
    stop complaining change the dialogue
    reflection facilitator
    criticism bracelets
    aiesec games

    Hot topics for weeks have been:
    – Second Life articles
    – What is your tree?
    – Appreciative Inquiry
    – Presencing

  2. fraukegodat schreibt:

    „If you have a sense of caring for others, you will manifest a kind of inner strength in spite of your own difficult situations and problems. With this strength, your problems will seem less significant and bothersome. By going beyond your own problems and taking care of others, you gain inner strength, self-confidence, courage, and a greater sense of calm. This is a clear example of how one’s way of thinking can really make a difference.“ –

    His Holiness the Dalai Lama

  3. fraukegodat schreibt:

    “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs;

    Ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that.
    Because what the world needs is people who have come alive“

    – Howard Thurman

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