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Sunday Thoughts: 3 Things We Should Learn From Our Kids

3. März 2019

We take things very seriously. Kids, on the other hand, don’t. They take the easy way. The quick way to fixing a problem or reaching their goals. If they want to slide down the red slide, they will never take the green one. Logical, right? For example, last year at Emilian’s skiing race. The final goal was…

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Sunday Thoughts: So what’s next?

24. Februar 2019

Niemand weiss, was morgen passiert. Wir wissen nicht, was sich hinter Optionen, die uns das Leben eröffnet, versteckt. Wir müssen mit Unsicherheit leben, und wir tun es. “The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty: not knowing what comes next.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness So sagt auch Ursula…

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Sunday Thoughts: Instagram Dysmorphia

17. Februar 2019

Instagram is changing the way we design our world and the ideal of beauty. The social media platform is redefining our standards of beauty and as a fact, influencers are all starting to look the same: long curly hair, big boobs, fake lashes, lip fillers and zero wrinkles. You don’t think so? The British photographer, John Rankin Waddell, proofed…

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Gillette Kampagne: Macho-Mann vs. Gentle-Mann?

28. Januar 2019

Eines muss man Gillette lassen: Mit ihrer neuen Kampagne “The Best Men can be” hat die verantwortliche Agentur Grey New York für Procter & Gamble sehr viel richtig gemacht. Shitstorm hin oder her. Verborgen hinter der Kampagne – und sehr spürbar in der erregten Debatte, die sie ausgelöst hat – stellt sich eine sehr grundlegende Frage: Was…

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Sunday Thoughts: My (Non) #10YearChallenge

20. Januar 2019

We sat with the team this week and decided that we should also go with the flow. We would prepare a short #10YearChallenge post for Sunday. It was fun, right? So, I woke up the next morning and quickly typed in #10YearChallenge into google and SURPRISE. The headline read “Facebook’s 10 Year Challenge is just a harmless…

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