Change Your Mind About This Blog

#198 Have a spontaneous speech for 10 minutes

When I look back at my life since I started this 365-day challenge I can clearly see how the dots begin to connect. I can see how my standards in life have determined what’ve happened since.

The challenges have created a lot of results, and my life will never be the same again thanks to it. Thank you for all the support along the way!

I don’t know why, but I can feel how I’ve come out of touch with you, my readers. Lately, my focus has been on hammering out actions, and then make quick articles. With the purpose of keeping this blog going, and showing for myself that I can keep going with this blog.


This is something I want to change. Instead of having an online diary, and getting my thoughts out there, I want to create a conversation with you guys.

I want my blog to be a platform where we can exchange ideas and conversations, and help each other improve. We are on this earth together, and we should do it like a team!

Where it’s leading

This is the direction I want my blog to go into for the last part of this 365-day challenge. I want you to get as much value as possible from this blog.

How I will re-form this blog, in order to create more dialogue I don’t know. Yet, when you set your mind to something and you commit, then you will find a way.

Just do it

Some days ago I got an advice the international speaker Jean-Pierre De Villiers. He said:

“If you want to improve as a speaker, accept every request you get. As well, ask around if you can speak for free. Do whatever it takes to speak as much you can, and after a while, you will become great”

Today I got a request to make a spontaneous speech about my adventure I’ve been on for the last 4 days. I’ve been in four different cities and helped out with events.

During the speech, I could feel how I went back and forth between the now and the thinking mind. As soon as I went into the now, my speech improved. When you speak with your intuition your way of speaking improves a lot.


Every day you get 86 400 seconds, and you decide how to use this time. Tomorrow you have a new opportunity to do something new and exciting with it. What will you do tomorrow to make the most out of your time?