Surrounded by trees, and overlooking the Pacific ocean I embrace the idea of starting a blog… Blogging about things that are related and relevant to my services, your potential needs, our community… Inviting the opportunity to create value.
Holger's Blog Posts
Homegrown in Pacific Grove. My name is Holger Hubbs. I live on 11th Street, together with my wife Beth and our daughter Tessa.
I use Productivity Coaching as an umbrella term for my “Services for the Internet Age”: covering TOOLS, HABITS and ATTITUDES relevant for our daily operations.
You are not alone in this digital madness of emails, passwords, distractions and information overload. Together we can look at the things that cause stress in your mind and find ways to invite inner space and joy a.k.a productivity.
Sitting at my computer in Pacific Grove, I enjoy the creativity, tools and skills to develop and realize workable solutions for you, worldwide. I am available to help improve the quality of your life, to add value to your commercial and residential operations:
Photography can be quite an amazing medium to direct and focus our attention away from our busy minds. Helping us to see, feel and appreciate details, aspects and bigger pictures we might otherwise overlook.
Photographer Stephen Wilkes crafts stunning compositions of landscapes as they transition from day to night, exploring the space-time continuum within a two-dimensional still photograph. // Holger Hubbs: I am located in Pacific Grove, CA 93950, and available for creative projects: Photography, Internet, Productivity, Art & Education, Scripture, and things we maybe haven’t named yet.
My wife told me to grow up!
The following is from Adriano Ferrari, the founder of www.Gingkoapp.com — a very simple and interesting but powerful online cloud service.
“… what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
Why is it so hard to pay attention? Trigger, behavior, reward… Curiously aware… // Judson Brewer
This sounds very theoretical, but it is highly practical when we streamline your digital life; from ‘how do you treat emails’ to ‘how do you decide what is your next action’.
Many people entertain a hate-love relationship with their computer… We will keep it fun. IBM video: “Coping with Humans”: A Support Group for Bots (Extended Version)
Can the way you speak and write today predict your future mental state, even the onset of psychosis? In this fascinating talk, neuroscientist Mariano Sigman reflects on ancient Greece and the origins of introspection to investigate how our words hint at our inner lives and details a word-mapping algorithm that could predict the development of schizophrenia. “We may be seeing in the future a very different form of mental health,” Sigman says, “based on objective, quantitative and automated analysis of the words we write, of the words we say.”
“The only people who don’t experience shame have no capacity for human empathy or connection. No one wants to talk about it and the less you talk about it the more you have it.”