Thomas' blogposts

Thomas has written 114 blogposts in total since 2011. A total of 487 comments have been given on these blogposts, which results in an average of 4.3 comments for each of my published blogposts.

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Recent blog posts:

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Alternatively, below you can find a summary of Thomas' latest blog posts. Blog posts are both in English and Dutch.

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

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Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

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Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading

Introduction

Often, we have plenty of things or our agenda to work on during a business day. This can range from networking drinks, to important meetings, workshops, one-on-one meetings with your manager, … and in the meantime, work should be done as well of course. However, from my own personal experience, I noticed that these ‘events’ became more important than doing actual work. I had to find a way to increase my productivity. After aligning with Renaud Careme, experienced (Agile) trainer, we created a plan of action to improve efficiency and become happier at work. I call it ‘the inverted day’ as your starting point is not the morning, but the end of your day.

Continue reading