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The Superdad Entrepreneur

Hendrik Habermann

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Being an entrepreneur and being a good father is not easy to combine. Especially when business environment is rough, one child has special needs and the sibblings are triplets. This podcast is about the daily challenges of a life like this, sharing the experience and the learnings, the fun and the desparation in all of it.

Latest Episodes

SOLOEPISODE - why you should not work on your problems

When we have a problem we intuitively look at that problem. I believe this is a mistake and that we have to learn to act counterintuitively.Einstein once said, that „we cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them“. I believe this contains a very important message: the solution is on a different level than the problem.I would add: the solution is made of different elements than the problem. Thus the solution is (more than we believe) independent and detached from the problem.In this episode I give some examples and explain what I mean. I give what effects this should have on our behaviour and what we can immediately start doing in order to work on solutions instead of working on problem.

17 MINAUG 4
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SOLOEPISODE - why you should not work on your problems

SOLOEPISODE - the 4 main pillars of succesful entrepreneurship and what I have learned so far

I have started my first business whilst still in school at the age of 18. Since then - with a little exception - I have always been self-employed resp. been active as an entrepreneur. And I think I have not missed even one mistake.However, looking at business and entrepreneurship now, there are some skills and things that are just nice to have. Others are mandatory. I believe you can never successfully run a business without those.I call them the four pillars, embedded in the personality of the entrepreneur.In this episode I define what those pillars are and why the appear crucial to me.

32 MINJUL 28
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SOLOEPISODE - the 4 main pillars of succesful entrepreneurship and what I have learned so far

Sasche Zöller is an expert in digitalization. We talk about how digitalization impacts our daily lives and changes us at the same time

We all know that digitalization will change our (business) lives. Yet hardly anyone of us know what it really means and how it will effect our lives in general.Sasche Zöller is an expert in this field. He shares his experience from the consulting business and givesvaluable information on how we can change our thinking and behaviour in order to be successful in the future.

59 MINJUL 21
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Sasche Zöller is an expert in digitalization. We talk about how digitalization impacts our daily lives and changes us at the same time

Chris Harrington healed his depression and became happier by a special breathing technique and cold therapy

Some months ago I was in London with a group of people. One morningwe went to a park and jumped into a cold pond to take a swim. Applying cold to your body along with some breathing exercises is part of the Wim Hof method.Chris Harrington, who suffered of severe depressions for 10 years, used this method and the key findings of Mo Gawdat, to overcome his depressions. Chris found that the combination of those two helped him more than drungs, meditation and yoga to really change his state.For Chris´video course please visit:https://chrisharringtonhappiness.squarespace.com. For rounds you can watch at youtube at:https://youtu.be/TAQetR8vYF4

77 MINJUL 14
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Chris Harrington healed his depression and became happier by a special breathing technique and cold therapy

Annette Mueller, founder of a clinic for energy healing, explains what she does and how energy healing works

When my daughter was young, the doctors told us she might never even be able to sit. Driven by ambition and desperation at the same time, I not only tried many therapiesschool medicine would suggest. I also turned to alternative healing methods (of which I have introduced some in this podcast already)..I remember a few healers I visited with my daughter. After some of the treatments my daughter has made some great progress and just after a few visits we could tell a difference in behaviour, learning or health.Annette Mueller is not onlya healer. She is probably the most famous healer in Germany, and she even teaches healing skills so that other people are empowered to heal, too.. Thank you for the insights, Annette Müller!If you want to learn more about Annette Mueller, please visit annettemüller.de and san-esprit.de.

70 MINJUL 7
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Annette Mueller, founder of a clinic for energy healing, explains what she does and how energy healing works

Laszlo Szögeczki gives very valuable insights into the philosophy of Conductiv Education ("Petö") and points out what everyone can learn from it

A few years ago I was introduced to "Conductive Education" - a special form of therapy (I thought) for children with disabilities, which was developd by Andras Petö about 70 years ago. We started the programm wiith my daugther and found out that this way of working with her hasbrought great progress in her every day skills and established a status - togetherwith other therapies - that doctors called "not possible" when she was a few years younger.In thise episode I talk to Laszlo Szögeczki who is a former primary school teacher and now works as a conductive trainer. Laszlo is also member of the board of the European Conductive Education Association.and author of a book on "Conductive Education".He explains why conductive eduction is a philosophy rather than a therapy,why it works for everyone and he makes clear that the principles are timeless. And I frankly admit that I learned a lot about Conductive Education even though my daugther has been doing this for almost six years now.If you are interested in details on Conductive Education, we recommed Laszlo's book "Person-focused Rehabilitation: Exploring the Psychosocial Field of Conductive Education" (https://www.amazon.de/Person-focused-Rehabilitation-Exploring-Psychosocial-Conductive/dp/1521444927)

66 MINJUN 30
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Laszlo Szögeczki gives very valuable insights into the philosophy of Conductiv Education ("Petö") and points out what everyone can learn from it

SOLOEPISODE - why I call myself Sherpa and what I do when working as a Sherpa

Sometimes I am asked what I exactly mean when I call myself "Sherpa".In this episode I explain why I do so, what distinguishes me from coaches and trainers, and what actually motivates me to work as a Sherpa.If what I do is interesting for you, if you have some questions or if you want to get in touch with me, just send a short email to contact@hendrikhabermann.com or a privage message on facebook

16 MINJUN 23
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SOLOEPISODE - why I call myself Sherpa and what I do when working as a Sherpa

Sam and Brandi Lewis talk about their experiences of getting divorced and how to keep dignity after divorce

Sometimes relationships don´t come to a good end. With a child - every parent will confirm this - the whole relationship changes and quite often also makes it harder - even if the child was supposed to be the high-point of the relation. And with handicapped kids it is ever harder: they are a relationship killer, because they confront you with something you neither expected nor got prepared for. And frankly speaking never wished for.Sam and Brandi Lewis,who have 10 kids from former marriages, came together after seperating from their former spouses. They have experienced that a divorce is not only painful, but also quite oftens damages the self-esteem of the people involved. Plus it is heard to keep dignity after divorce and not to feel shame about it.In this episode they share their experience, talk about the personal share of the break-up, their learnings and much more.

80 MINJUN 16
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Sam and Brandi Lewis talk about their experiences of getting divorced and how to keep dignity after divorce

Oliver Coqui had panic attacks and learned how to deal with them

We all - at least most of us - have doubts and occasionally some anxiety. A different talk are severe panic attacks. It seems they hit you right out of nowhere. And if this is new for you, and if you are not prepared, it is a real scary thing.Oliver Coqui has experienced all this. He shares his experience and advises what to do, how to prepare and how you can get over it. He also talks about what it taught him and how he changed as a person.

64 MINJUN 9
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Oliver Coqui had panic attacks and learned how to deal with them

SOLOEPISODE - my first learning about responsibility

When I was 20 years old I was serving an apprenticeship with a large German company. One of my bosses occasionally sat in his office with me and gave me his perspective on business and did notjust - as many others - tell me what to do. He was actually (if on purpose or not) giving me valuable lessons.What he said about problems and solutions was actually the first time that someone clearly addressed hisexpectations to me. Before,. I hadonly guessed what the expectations were. No one has ever clearly pointed this out (or at least I did not understand it).It did not only leave a long-lasting impression on me, I still think about this quite often: the focus on the solution (and what this means in regards of responsibility).

14 MINJUN 2
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SOLOEPISODE - my first learning about responsibility

Latest Episodes

SOLOEPISODE - why you should not work on your problems

When we have a problem we intuitively look at that problem. I believe this is a mistake and that we have to learn to act counterintuitively.Einstein once said, that „we cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them“. I believe this contains a very important message: the solution is on a different level than the problem.I would add: the solution is made of different elements than the problem. Thus the solution is (more than we believe) independent and detached from the problem.In this episode I give some examples and explain what I mean. I give what effects this should have on our behaviour and what we can immediately start doing in order to work on solutions instead of working on problem.

17 MINAUG 4
Comments
SOLOEPISODE - why you should not work on your problems

SOLOEPISODE - the 4 main pillars of succesful entrepreneurship and what I have learned so far

I have started my first business whilst still in school at the age of 18. Since then - with a little exception - I have always been self-employed resp. been active as an entrepreneur. And I think I have not missed even one mistake.However, looking at business and entrepreneurship now, there are some skills and things that are just nice to have. Others are mandatory. I believe you can never successfully run a business without those.I call them the four pillars, embedded in the personality of the entrepreneur.In this episode I define what those pillars are and why the appear crucial to me.

32 MINJUL 28
Comments
SOLOEPISODE - the 4 main pillars of succesful entrepreneurship and what I have learned so far

Sasche Zöller is an expert in digitalization. We talk about how digitalization impacts our daily lives and changes us at the same time

We all know that digitalization will change our (business) lives. Yet hardly anyone of us know what it really means and how it will effect our lives in general.Sasche Zöller is an expert in this field. He shares his experience from the consulting business and givesvaluable information on how we can change our thinking and behaviour in order to be successful in the future.

59 MINJUL 21
Comments
Sasche Zöller is an expert in digitalization. We talk about how digitalization impacts our daily lives and changes us at the same time

Chris Harrington healed his depression and became happier by a special breathing technique and cold therapy

Some months ago I was in London with a group of people. One morningwe went to a park and jumped into a cold pond to take a swim. Applying cold to your body along with some breathing exercises is part of the Wim Hof method.Chris Harrington, who suffered of severe depressions for 10 years, used this method and the key findings of Mo Gawdat, to overcome his depressions. Chris found that the combination of those two helped him more than drungs, meditation and yoga to really change his state.For Chris´video course please visit:https://chrisharringtonhappiness.squarespace.com. For rounds you can watch at youtube at:https://youtu.be/TAQetR8vYF4

77 MINJUL 14
Comments
Chris Harrington healed his depression and became happier by a special breathing technique and cold therapy

Annette Mueller, founder of a clinic for energy healing, explains what she does and how energy healing works

When my daughter was young, the doctors told us she might never even be able to sit. Driven by ambition and desperation at the same time, I not only tried many therapiesschool medicine would suggest. I also turned to alternative healing methods (of which I have introduced some in this podcast already)..I remember a few healers I visited with my daughter. After some of the treatments my daughter has made some great progress and just after a few visits we could tell a difference in behaviour, learning or health.Annette Mueller is not onlya healer. She is probably the most famous healer in Germany, and she even teaches healing skills so that other people are empowered to heal, too.. Thank you for the insights, Annette Müller!If you want to learn more about Annette Mueller, please visit annettemüller.de and san-esprit.de.

70 MINJUL 7
Comments
Annette Mueller, founder of a clinic for energy healing, explains what she does and how energy healing works

Laszlo Szögeczki gives very valuable insights into the philosophy of Conductiv Education ("Petö") and points out what everyone can learn from it

A few years ago I was introduced to "Conductive Education" - a special form of therapy (I thought) for children with disabilities, which was developd by Andras Petö about 70 years ago. We started the programm wiith my daugther and found out that this way of working with her hasbrought great progress in her every day skills and established a status - togetherwith other therapies - that doctors called "not possible" when she was a few years younger.In thise episode I talk to Laszlo Szögeczki who is a former primary school teacher and now works as a conductive trainer. Laszlo is also member of the board of the European Conductive Education Association.and author of a book on "Conductive Education".He explains why conductive eduction is a philosophy rather than a therapy,why it works for everyone and he makes clear that the principles are timeless. And I frankly admit that I learned a lot about Conductive Education even though my daugther has been doing this for almost six years now.If you are interested in details on Conductive Education, we recommed Laszlo's book "Person-focused Rehabilitation: Exploring the Psychosocial Field of Conductive Education" (https://www.amazon.de/Person-focused-Rehabilitation-Exploring-Psychosocial-Conductive/dp/1521444927)

66 MINJUN 30
Comments
Laszlo Szögeczki gives very valuable insights into the philosophy of Conductiv Education ("Petö") and points out what everyone can learn from it

SOLOEPISODE - why I call myself Sherpa and what I do when working as a Sherpa

Sometimes I am asked what I exactly mean when I call myself "Sherpa".In this episode I explain why I do so, what distinguishes me from coaches and trainers, and what actually motivates me to work as a Sherpa.If what I do is interesting for you, if you have some questions or if you want to get in touch with me, just send a short email to contact@hendrikhabermann.com or a privage message on facebook

16 MINJUN 23
Comments
SOLOEPISODE - why I call myself Sherpa and what I do when working as a Sherpa

Sam and Brandi Lewis talk about their experiences of getting divorced and how to keep dignity after divorce

Sometimes relationships don´t come to a good end. With a child - every parent will confirm this - the whole relationship changes and quite often also makes it harder - even if the child was supposed to be the high-point of the relation. And with handicapped kids it is ever harder: they are a relationship killer, because they confront you with something you neither expected nor got prepared for. And frankly speaking never wished for.Sam and Brandi Lewis,who have 10 kids from former marriages, came together after seperating from their former spouses. They have experienced that a divorce is not only painful, but also quite oftens damages the self-esteem of the people involved. Plus it is heard to keep dignity after divorce and not to feel shame about it.In this episode they share their experience, talk about the personal share of the break-up, their learnings and much more.

80 MINJUN 16
Comments
Sam and Brandi Lewis talk about their experiences of getting divorced and how to keep dignity after divorce

Oliver Coqui had panic attacks and learned how to deal with them

We all - at least most of us - have doubts and occasionally some anxiety. A different talk are severe panic attacks. It seems they hit you right out of nowhere. And if this is new for you, and if you are not prepared, it is a real scary thing.Oliver Coqui has experienced all this. He shares his experience and advises what to do, how to prepare and how you can get over it. He also talks about what it taught him and how he changed as a person.

64 MINJUN 9
Comments
Oliver Coqui had panic attacks and learned how to deal with them

SOLOEPISODE - my first learning about responsibility

When I was 20 years old I was serving an apprenticeship with a large German company. One of my bosses occasionally sat in his office with me and gave me his perspective on business and did notjust - as many others - tell me what to do. He was actually (if on purpose or not) giving me valuable lessons.What he said about problems and solutions was actually the first time that someone clearly addressed hisexpectations to me. Before,. I hadonly guessed what the expectations were. No one has ever clearly pointed this out (or at least I did not understand it).It did not only leave a long-lasting impression on me, I still think about this quite often: the focus on the solution (and what this means in regards of responsibility).

14 MINJUN 2
Comments
SOLOEPISODE - my first learning about responsibility