#MondaysThoughts: Disrupt yourself. And enjoy it!

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By Andreas Weber | German translation below

The strenght is to be found in serenity. Sounds good, feels good! And it conveys the most important thing we currently need: #confidence.

If you look at the smart analyzes and comments on the #Coronavirus crisis, you can identify three key terms:

  • #Confidencecrisis
  • #Demandshock
  • #LackofLeadership

The charade and donkey dance about future trends and forecasts, mostly the present is linearly interpolated, becomes #pribbleprabble.

The unexpected inevitably leads to a completely new form of disruption. We are — figuratively speaking — all thrown by the horse of civilization at full gallop.

Let’s make the best of it. Everyone for himself and everyone with everyone.

Be more human. Disruption is in demand. To finally get rid of what has put us in uncontrolled actionism so far in the fun and consumer society. The principle of “thinking, weighing, evaluating, exchanging ideas and then only taking action” always provides the best guidelines.

What do you think? Feedback welcome.

 


 

#MontagsGedanken: Disrupt yourself. And enjoy it!

In der Ruhe liegt die Kraft. Klingt gut, tut gut! Und es vermittelt das Wichtigste, was wir derzeit bauchen:  #Zuversicht.

Schaut man sich derzeit die klugen Analysen und Kommentare zur #Coronavirus-Krise an, kann man drei Schlüsselbegriffe identifizieren:

  • #Vertrauenskrise
  • #Nachfrageschock
  • #Führungslosigkeit

Das Affentanztheater um Zukunfts-Trends und -Prognosen, meist wird dabei die Gegenwart linear interpoliert, wird zur #Dampfplauderei.

Das Unerwartete führt unweigerlich zu einer völlig neuen Form der Disruption. Wir werden — bildlich gesprochen — alle bei vollem Galopp vom Zivilisationsross geschleudert.

Machen wir das beste daraus. Jeder für sich und alle mit allen.

Be more human. Disruption ist gefragt. Um endlich loszuwerden, was uns bislang in der Spaß- und Konsum-Gesellschaft in unkontrollierten Aktionismus versetzt hat. Das Prinzip „Denken, Abwägen, Bewerten, sich Austauschen und dann erst Handeln“ gibt stets die besten Leitlinien vor.

Oder? Feedback willkommen.

 


 

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