Customer statements: Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Lufthansa, Siemens, Haniel, Bosch, Cartier, IWC, Richemont, Credit Suisse, LMU Munich, University of Konstanz, Munich University of Applied Sciences, Fraunhofer Institute, Bavarian Parliament, City of Zurich, German Aerospace Center, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Stuttgarter Zeitung, Nagel Group, City of Munich, Meta Design, Post Schweiz, Haufe Akademie, Migros, Nürnberger Versicherungsgruppe, etc.
"Jonas was a keynote speaker at #PTT2023. Our audience is demanding because they have heard a lot. Jonas has nevertheless managed to touch it, because he is really rethinking time management. His thoughts on the much-efforted need of time make one ponder, his impulses have a lasting effect. I had the feeling that the audience was captivated, not least because Jonas is a brilliant speaker: competent, calm and humorous."
Nicole Bußmann, editor-in-chief managerSeminars and organizer of the congress Petersberger Trainertage, Königswinter
“Jonas Geißler is a wonderful guest on the podium, because in a highly sympathetic way he constantly stimulates people to rethink, to self-observation and to self-guide – not only in the wise handling of time. He encourages us to consciously set the basic coordinates of our lives ourselves, from alien determination to personal freedom. To put it somewhat pathetically: He motivates us to recognize our desire for life – and to live!”
Nina Ruge, journalist, author and presenter
" ́In the search of excellence ́ Jonas Geißler has accompanied us on an intensive development process for over two years. The aim was to develop synergies in the team, to learn from each other and to optimize collaboration – always in search of excellence! In the form of team workshops, individual consultations, peer-to-peer exchange and intensive feedback processes, we have successfully achieved these goals together with him. In addition to his professional expertise, I appreciate Jonas Geißler's trusting collaboration, uncomplicated contact and the necessary portion of humour to ensure that the fun doesn't come short.“
Peter Justenhoven, Wholesale Director, Cartier
“How good that we took the time for the time! Jonas Geißler knew how, with a wonderful blend of professional competence, pragmatic philosophy and a good dose of humour, our
Not only to stimulate the management team to think about how to deal with time, but also to give very concrete stimuli to break through fixed everyday patterns and try out new things. Even small things have a big effect: For example, we now always start our management rounds with a minute of silence, which actually strengthens concentration and presence noticeably and leads to more efficient meetings!“
Jürgen Siebenrock, Lufthansa Group Vice President Sales Home Markets & Global Key Account Management
“Mr. Geißler has helped me in a very impressive way to look at time differently, more consciously than before. And I like this look very much, because, as soon as it sits down, it intuitively allows me to change my habits to better deal with even when time is felt to be scarce. After all, sometimes it depends on the small things!” Dr. Christian Grumaz, Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnolgy IGB
"Jonas Geißler wants to enable people to discover their own resources and ask themselves: Where do I feel like I am? Because the more quality you live, the stronger you become." Martina Scherf, Süddeutsche Zeitung
"Time researcher Jonas Geißler knows, success wants to have a while," Wings Magazine
"Actually, everyone is given the same amount of time every day. But why do most of us feel differently? Why is it that some people feel burned out and stressed? Time consultant Jonas Geißler knows the answer, the problem – and a solution strategy." National Geographic
"When are we finally there?" Time expert Jonas Geißler explains how parents teach patience and what can be learned from a child's sense of time." Time Online
"Alev Doğan talks to sociologist and time expert Jonas Geissler about how people deal with time in postmodernism and the desperate attempt to control it. An eighth day about paradoxical perception of time and life in the present."The Pioneer Media
“We can’t have time at all. Anyone who says that is either doing something else right now or is dead,” says time expert Jonas Geißler.