The Definition Of Absolute Freedom

When I noticed that my productivity was declining in Austria, I decided to book a flight for the next day. To London. I needed a bit of big city life, seeing great friends again, and just having fun in a super international environment.

I get too easily bored when I’m too long in the same place and I’m most productive in changing environments, airplanes, and being around a variety of people. When I got into the airplane in Vienna, I easily got two tasks done within 2 hours. Tasks which I actually like to do, but just because I’ve been too used to the environment I’m in, I dreaded doing so. Being up in the air is one of the best times for getting things done and focusing because nobody can reach you.

Once I landed in London, an amount of gratefulness overcame me. To be able at any point in time to decide where you want to go, where you want to be, with who you want to work, and when you want to do your work, is the ultimate freedom. It is pure happiness. It is a fuel for absolute joy and being content. It is the engine that keeps innovation running and creating better products and services for your customers.

Once I landed in London, an amount of gratefulness overcame me. To be able at any point in time to decide where you want to go, where you want to be, with who you want to work, and when you want to do your work, is the ultimate freedom. It is pure happiness. It is a fuel for absolute joy and being content. It is pure inspiration and you get new ideas.

london, city life, UK

One of the most positive things that happens when I travel is that I get to disconnect from the virtual reality and focus on real conversations. Live in the moment. Talk to people you usually don’t talk to. Learn to give compliments to strangers. You never know – you might just give the person the smile they needed so badly.

Get yourself out of the comfort zone as often as you can. Test your borders in the good direction. Walk ways you haven’t gone before. Often, the only thing that keeps us from exploring places is the fear of all the negative stuff that could happen. When you notice that happening to you, immediately think about all the good stuff that could happen. What you focus on is what will happen. Easy.

Change your mind and you’ll change your world.

Cheers!

 

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