My Personal Business Dimension

Money © Erik Back 2012

My blog on has been on vacation for a while. I simply didn’t know what direction to take in my writing. I have tried to start a new blog called Good Sense of Living that mainly focuses on food and recipes.

But yesterday I sat down thinking and asked myself:

  • Who am I?
  • What am I good at?
  • What defines me?

I have a lot of interests and that fact confuses me and that confusion is reflected in the great variety of topics in my posts. But all my interest and activities had to have something in common and yesterday I realised the obvious.

No matter what topic I stumble upon that catch my interest I always get ideas on how to exploit the opportunities of that topic. I always try to develop the ideas and see them as business opportunities. That is what I am good at and that is what most of my activities has in common.

Why is that obvious? – Because I am a skilled business economist in strategy and management. I have a MSc in business economics from Aarhus School of Business.

Like many others I have been on a long journey to discover myself and to find my purpose in life. I’m not there yet, but I think I finally found my passion and that is what I’m going to focus on for a while on this blog.

I will expand the blog with a new personal business dimension. I come from Denmark and I run a clinic for reflexology. I’m very good at giving treatments but I have realised that giving treatments does not drive me; I’m driven by the ideas that can develop my business.

I have started a blog in Danish about how to start a clinic and be successful. I will translate the key points of my posts and bring them on this blog.

What do you think? – Please comment my post and tell about your own experience.

Great Tips to Declutter

It’s time for some great tips on how to declutter. I have found a couple of videos on YouTube that you can use for inspiration.

Oprah’s organising guru shares his tips to declutter

Peter Walsh is an organising guru and in this video he gives some great ideas to declutter your kitchen drawer, your closet and you writing table.

What I like most about this video is the way Peter Walsh suggests that we focus. We tend to focus on the things that clutter an area or space, but instead we should focus on the function of this space.

I’m going to try out his tips on one of my drawers where I keep … well, I don’t really know what’s in there but I intend to find out.

Desk Declutter

If you have a bunch of cluttered wires then here is some good advice from Derek Johnson.