I don't give much to months and calendars in general, but they offer an
excellent border for doing things like challenges. So for 2020, I will do 12
problems (together with my girlfriend).
And what would fit better than to start with a challenge for not drinking
I am not a huge drinker, that's not the issue. For me, the problem with alcohol
is that it is the cheapest, everywhere available, and socially accepted drug on
the planet. It's even celebrated and appreciated when you are drin
This blog isn't even a year old, but I felt it needed change. I needed change,
that's why I have finally managed to ditch the old system and changed it against
a new one.
I was really sick and tired of debugging WordPress theme issues and I was also
quite annoyed of the lock-in I had.
If you are interested about the technical details of this blog, I will write an
update about that at dhauck.dev [https://dhauck.dev]. In short it is Ghost and
GatsbyJS, but enough of that here.
Currently I am si
I like to train people, I like to see people grow, I like to help people on
their way. Probably that's one thing that made me who I am and brought me where
I am today.
Still I often see one common thought, one common misconception. After the
training or after this or that lesson I will be done. No, you won't, you won't
ever be done. There is no DAY X that changes everything and you are complete
It's a continous struggle
When I was a teenager I really hated school. In the 7th grade I star
“I couldn’t finish my work until today, because I couldn’t come to the office
earlier, because the weather was bad and traffic sucked.” – How often did you
tell something like this to yourself or your boss or your spouse?
Be honest, that is a lame excuse!
If you are late, it’s your god damn fault. If you didn’t finish your work, it’s
your fault. Maybe you didn’t start early enough to get there, maybe you don’t
have priorities set straight in your life, maybe you are lousy at planning, or
I once had a talk trying to explain someone minimalism. The immediate response
was; if minimalism in itself wouldn’t be a contradiction and if that’s not even
A quite interesting view, let’s discuss that from multiple viewpoints.
Probably I had a weird look in my face when I first heard that. But maybe to
people outside of minimalism that sounds crazy. Let me rephrase my favorite
quote Have less – be more for you:
Have less that you need take care of, to make space fo