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Minimalist Monday

Always on the pulse of time. It almost sounds as though you always have to be one step ahead of life. But really it is about looking ahead. Keeping an eye on all developments in order to engage with and deal with them. The most important aspect: always stay true to yourself. Our Face of Silhouette Paula Goldstein has summed up this attitude towards life: ‘Especially today, when everyone is exposed to so many influences, I believe that being and remaining authentic is the key to everything. You have to openly say out loud what you believe in and stay true to yourself. There is no other way to get noticed. Perhaps your life is not perfect every day. But you have to work hard and try to give your best – then you are sure to have a good time.’

Words that provide immediate encouragement to take control of your life and to act. We have five simple facts to help you get started:

1. Feel the pulse…

On the job or in your private life, do not simply settle for the opinion of others. If something is unclear or you feel the need for further discussion, feel the pulse and dig deeper. Only by tenaciously and skilfully defending your position will you be able to assert yourself.

2. Speed up the pulse…

Nothing is less satisfying than merely living a lukewarm life. Simply choose the fast lane for a change and leave everyone else behind. Be a rebel, be an idol, be admirable: get out of your comfort zone.

3. Slow down the pulse…

Don’t forget to indulge yourself with a break now and then. Balance is important, being able to let go essential. Find the inner peace to start each new day feeling self-confident and powerful.

4. Take your pulse…

Healthier living is not all that hard. Count your steps, measure your calorie consumption, take your pulse: all of this is really easy to do with a fitness tracker. You can keep an eye on all important body functions and health aspects, making you fitter for life.

5. Wear the Pulse…

A vision impairment can really make your life difficult – unless you do something about it. Dry eyes, blurred vision or frequent squinting (caution: crow’s feet!) can get really strenuous (risk of headaches) and dangerous over time. Get glasses early on. Our tip: The Titan Minimal Art PULSE. Not only does it provide clear vision, it also keeps you on the pulse of time.

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