Warum solltest du Deutsch lernen? Why you should learn German?!
Deutsch und Englisch sind sich sehr ähnlich. Viele deutsche Wörter sehen gleich aus wie das englische Pendant. Hier sind einige Beispiele: Haus = house, Buch = book, Fisch = fish, Finger = finger, Hand = hand, Name = name, Mutter = mother, schwimmen = to swim, singen = to sing, kommen = to come, blau = blue, alt = old, windig = windy, etc. Die Deutsche Wirtschaft ist führend in Europa und an vierter Stelle weltweit. Die Wirtschaft ist vergleichbar zu der von allen spanisch-sprechenden Ländern weltweit. Deutschland hat die grösste Anzahl an Muttersprachler in der Europäischen Union. German and English are similar. Many words in German sound and/or look the same as equivalent English words, because the two languages share the same “grandparent.” For example, look at these words: Haus = house, Buch = book, Finger = finger, Hand = hand, Name = name, Mutter = mother, schwimmen = to swim, singen = to sing, kommen = to come, blau = blue, alt = old, windig = windy. The German economy ranks number one in Europe and number four worldwide. Its economy is comparable to that of all the world’s Spanish-speaking countries combined. German has the largest number of native speakers in the European Union
Quel est ton livre préféré? What is your favorite book?
J'aime le livre "Le petit prince" de l'auteur Antoine de Saint Exupéry. Je l'ai lu plusieurs fois. Est-ce que tu savais que c'est traduit à ce jour en 300 langues? Alors, le livre Le Petit Prince est le deuxième ouvrage le plus traduit au monde après la Bible. I like the book "The little prince" by the author Antoine de Saint Exupéry. I have read it multiple times. Did you know that it is translated in over 300 languages up to this day? That means the book The little Prince is the second most translated book in the world, right after the Bible.
How do you/ does your organisation achieve its goal?
In order to find the answer, try to find a goal that is so important that not achieving it makes other achievements inconsequential. Make sure the goal is SMART when defining it (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound). Once your goal is defined, put some lead measures in place. Example: Your goal is to lose 10 lbs of weight over the next 5 months. How are you going to achieve it? Your lead-indicators are a) number of calories you put into your body and b) number of steps you walk per day. The goal is specific (10 lbs), measurable (with a scale), achievable (5 months instead of 5 days), relevant (your BMI is >30, and you have to lose weight for health reasons), and time-bound (5 months from today). The next thing you have to do is to keep the score. Make a scoreboard and show people how you do in terms of reaching your goal. Example: Playing Basketball is fun, but not a lot of people would watch the NBL games if there was no scoreboard... Lastly, implement accountability. Meet daily with your team, and go over the lead measures. Define failures and successes of the previous day and make plans for the coming day. When you follow all these four disciplines of execution, your organisation will achieve its wildly important goal over time!