November has entered the scene. The leaves of the forest are fading and rattling off the trees, and I have started cycling to work with gloves on. The summer clothes are packed a little to the side, and I can soon see in my eyes that I have to wear the long underpants when I go 9-hole exercise at Svendborg Golf Course.
The season also means that the days have become significantly shorter. With winter time, it is almost pitch black at 5pm, and when we get up in the morning, it is also black night. One can actually say that when we are at home in the coming months, it will be necessary to have lights in the lamps, lit candles and maybe a knot or two in the wood stove.
It’s about getting the best out of the day. And in the evening for that matter. Even if it is dark, you can try to look bright on things. A bright mind can do wonders. Even in sad situations, seeing opportunities can be the best solution. I will thus try to do that in my one-man business. Should unforeseen difficulties arise, I will put the cards on the table and see if they can be rearranged.
See the case from the other side
Sometimes we have a tendency to look at the issues very clearly. We have a biased attitude towards matters and we sometimes have difficulty listening or seeing the situation from the other side of the desk. That does not have to be the case.
During the week I had to say goodbye to a potential customer. I had done some work for him, but we did not completely agree on the price. Therefore, I decided to stop the collaboration, and the work I had done – small 5 hours – I took on my cloak, so the customer did not have to receive an invoice for work done. At first I was annoyed with the status quo, but after some deliberation and thinking, it struck me that the customer should not pay for something from which she had nothing.
So it cost over half a day’s work, but we stopped the game while it was still fairly good, and I hope the customer talks nicely about me out in the city. With a constructive view of the matter, I believe in more kindness in everyday life. Smile at those you associate with. Ask about how they feel. And press the pyt button. You get a much better everyday life out of it.
It’s Friday and today we are going to look at 5 links, which are about music in Vega, search robots, November, the Danish Digitization Agency and IT news.
https://www.indexnow.org: IndexNow is for website owners who would like to inform the search robots about changes to the website.
http://www.november.dk: Here I thought this website was going to be about the hidden treasures of autumn, and then it’s about something completely different (and boring).
https://www.techradar.com: IT news for the people – also in a half-baked Danish language version.
https://digst.dk: This is where the Danish Digitization Agency is located, and thus you can read about MitID and IT security, among other things.
https://www.vega.dk: The website for the venue Vega in Copenhagen. Upcoming acts are Patina, Phlake, The Human League and Såforsatan.
Source: Nettips.dk by nettips.dk.
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