the world is a funny place. Not only these days, it probably has always been.
Maybe I am a poet, a writer at heart, maybe everyone is. I need a space to write down and share my thoughts. Some thoughts are worth sharing, I reckon, while others probably need more thought.
I set this page up as an experiment, a writer’s lair.
Everything I write here may be a work in progress. I keep editing, changing and improving some of the texts referenced here. You may skim them, skip them, devour them – or anything in between.
Don’t take these pages too seriously. It’s like as if you would peek over my shoulder onto works in progress. I might find them ridiculous myself. Or grand. I can’t really say. It is an experiment after all.
Why I publish such drafts? Well, I had a feeling that I want to have more to offer on my homepage than just a couple of sales pages. And yes: please buy my books :-)
So here’s a list:
- How the microbiome affects good sleep and mental health – an autobiographical account - When I first started this article I didn't even know it was going to be an article. I just had a gut feeling that I needed to write a couple of things down. This writing mission blew up to be an adventure into the realm of dreams and tiny little life forms that live inside some sort of giant neural network.
- Video idea: A guide to outsmart chronic neck pain - This had been brewing in my head for months now (maybe years). Too many clients with neck pain. Too much confusing information out there. My approach is so radically different that it's difficult to put it into a video. So here's me working on a script.
- Video idea: the difference between showing a movement and talking someone through a movement - Showing and demonstrating, explaining and talking you through a movement. What are the differences, and do they matter? One of those deep topics that need a lot of thinking AND experience.
- 10 things I would tell my younger self - Did anyone have this idea already? (just kidding) Travel back in time and tell yourself a couple of insights. What would you tell yourself?