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What I think.

I think I might think too much from time to time.

And so this is where I share my thoughts. My thoughts in the form of presentations and/or workshops. In the form of my business blog ‘Acts not ads’ and my travel blog ‘Omakases’.

01. Presentations & Workshops

Sharing my thoughts and views on digital transformation, customer experiences and company change in my presentations and workshops.

02. ‘Acts not ads’ blog

Blogging about change, habit-forming, customer WOW cases, behavioral economics, customer experience and everything related.

03. ‘Omakases’ travel blog

As I travel so much (over 200 nights per year), I keep my travel experiences and tips in a separate blog.

Interview with CRO.Cafe
Polle de Maagt wave at UBX17 in Munich
Speaking at UBX18
Presentations & Workshops

Sharing my thoughts

on stage.

About changing companies to become less about acts and more about ads. About the future of brands and advertising. Personal branding. Putting your customer first. Using the unused potential of your organization. About using small steps to change your company from within.

Past presentationsPresentation topicsMe as a speaker
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‘Acts not ads’ business blog

My thoughts on changing companies to be less about ads and more about acts.

And so this is where I share my thoughts. My thoughts in the form of presentations and/or workshops. In the form of my business blog ‘Acts not ads’ and my travel blog ‘Omakases’.

Omakase Sushi
‘Omakases’ travel blog

Travel with an open mind and experience more.

The Japanese habit of omakase (お任せ) when you’re ordering at a restaurant pretty much means, “I’ll leave it up to you”, inviting the chef to be surprising and innovative in the selection of dishes. I try to apply the idea behind to all aspects of my travel. And as I travel 200+ nights per year for both business and leisure (mostly hiking), that’s a lot. Omakas.es is my travel notebook.

Alone in the desert.

Just give me something that tastes good.

Omakase Sushi

My Mount Kilimanjaro summit.

Struggling through a snow storm.

A Japanese pilgrimage: hiking the Kumano Kodo.