Writing internal audit working papers and reports with Obsidian

Look at that computer I came from a time when internal auditors still worked with their hands ... writing cursive internal audit working papers, on paper, binding them all together with binding clips and being subject to a thorough or sometimes not so thorough manager working paper review. It was on one of these internal … Continue reading Writing internal audit working papers and reports with Obsidian

What haunts you into no longer moving forward?

I am convinced there is something in an area of your life currently blocking you from moving forward in an intended direction. You may be aware of it or you may not, but I am almost certain it is there. This problem, this issue likely manifests itself as a sense of discomfort without being clear … Continue reading What haunts you into no longer moving forward?

Studying in the age of COVID-19 – a guide for high school kids

I am the proud father of two teenagers. And I see them suffering through the challenges of studying in the year(s) of COVID-19. In Flanders, we have defaulted to 50% in class and 50% at home learning. And it is during the at home learning that both my son and my daughter suffer. I know … Continue reading Studying in the age of COVID-19 – a guide for high school kids

You cannot carry more than one bucket at a time

Here's a pattern I've seen different people using, and I've used it myself: establishing multiple buckets for each of one's areas of responsibility and prioritising tasks within each of these buckets. At the face of it, it does make sense: we have responsibilities at home, at work, towards ourselves, our health for example ... lots … Continue reading You cannot carry more than one bucket at a time