Sharing knowledge from TEDx Brussels 2013

TedX Brussels28th of October 2013 was my first TEDx experience and I have to say it was a very inspiring one! With the theme “Do something out of nothing”, #TEDxBrussels 2013 brought on stage amazing speakers, all sharing great ideas.  The areas touched by the them were diverse, but they all have something in common: science. Be it education, youth unemployment, music, food, protecting animals, technology, they all proved that we live in a world that is constantly changing, evolving, and has more opportunities to offer than ever before!

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3 things I learned while my plane was crashed

“I no longer want to postpone anything in life. That urgency, that purpose, has really changed my life.”

“I no longer try to be right; I choose to be happy.”

“I regretted the time I wasted on things that did not matter with people that matter.”

Ric Elias was sitting in seat 1D of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 on January 15, 2009 headed to Charlotte, North Carolina, when a flock of Canadian geese collided with the jet.

“When the pilot said, ‘Brace for impact,’ I knew my life was over,” said Elias, “But I was given a chance.”

Watch the short TED talk below to learn the 3 things and ask yourself what can you learn from his experience too.

Time Management and Stress Management

stone jarLast week I got the chance to deliver an excellent training to almost 30 people from the Romanian Public Administration. It was great to talk to them and discover what the issues are in their organizations. The training was about Time Management and Stress Management.

I got the chance to apply myself Time Management techniques because we only had 9 hours available in 3 days and I had to focus on what’s important and do my best to help them practice during the training what they learned. We had fun, we learned a lot and we also relaaaaaaxed in the last day.

What did we cover?

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Making a difference: a great client feedback

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A few weeks ago I finished a coaching program with one of my clients from the European Parliament in Bruxelles. I knew she had incredible results, but I did not expect such good feedback! And I wanted to share it with you too. 
 
“Participating in Lidia’s seminars and training sessions was my best career move since I started working in the European Parliament two years ago.
 

Gain more energy challenge! Day 6

bouncingHave you ever felt that life gets better when you listen to a certain song that puts you in a good mood? Music changes your state and sets you for the mood you want: meditative, relaxing, workout, sad, romantic, motivational etc.

Why not use it to get more energy?

* Very important notice: these tips do not work if you only reflect on them. You need to take action!

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Five ways to build a great workplace

Are you an entrepreneur or a manager? If yes, apply these five ways to create a great working environment and your employees will be the happiest people in the world.

The results you will get? Loyalty, Innovation, Hard work, Fulfillment, Impact, Revenue Growth. And not only: the most important is turning your employees into entrepreneurs that will help your company grow even more.

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I can do it!

Stop listening to what others think about what you can do!

They are only trying to limit you. They don’t do it on purpose. They think that they are protecting you from going out of your comfort zone and from getting hurt. But what they do is actually limiting.

If you feel that you can do it, just do it!

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Photo: Lidia Dogaru, taken with Instagram

It’s never too late…part 4

Remember the book? Here are a few more things that you can do because it’s never too late.

 

 

 

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It’s never too late…part 3

Remember the book? Here are a few more things that you can do because it’s never too late.

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It’s never too late – part 2

Remember the book? Here are a few more things that you can do because it’s never too late. 🙂

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Do you live your life with intent?

Journalist John Hockenberry tells a personal story inspired by a pair of flashy wheels in a wheelchair-parts catalogue and how they showed him the value of designing a life of intent. Continue reading

The story of the frogs and the tower

I heard this story from a friend of mine and now use it very often during my coaching sessions and also in some of my seminars. It shows how what others say influence us.

There once was a bunch of tiny frogs who arranged a climbing competition. The goal was to reach the top of a very high tower.

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More moments of happiness

As they had a good success on Facebook, I am continuing posting these small moments of happiness that make our days and our lives. Check all moments here.

Any great moments that make your day? Share them here!

It’s never too late

Two years ago I bought a book while I was in Australia. Yesterday I found it in a box. It’s called “It’s never too late” and I want to share some words from it.

From the book “It’s never too late…” Patrick Lindsay

 

 

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What does a good friend do for you?

Just a while ago I lost my motivation. Things were not so good with work, I was expecting different results even if I was doing the same thing all over again. I was not moving forward and my focus was only on the fact that I did not get those results. From my point of view, I had no learnings to take from the situation and the more I was focusing on the fact that I could not move forward, the more I felt bad and stuck. I was all over my head into the problem and I could not see anything outside!

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