#10: Big Project Angespannt

The word of the day is Angespannt. It’s a German word that has no English equivalent, referring to the feeling you have when there's a constant level of tension that's building up (it’s not stress or anxiety).

Sebastian and Lukas dive deep into the meaning of the word and talk about the value in being able to know what you're feeling.

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Show Notes

-The word of the day is Angespannt. The state you're in, the feeling you have when there's a constant level of tension that's building up. It's not stress or anxiety.

-When do you get angespannt?

-Examples of angespannt.

-Value in being able to know what you're feeling.

-We really need to put words into something to really mean something.

-What do you do once you've realized you're angespannt over something?

-Acknowledge the angespannt feeling and keep going.

-Psychological readiness for angespannt.



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