On the brilliant, unseasonably warm early afternoon of November 21st, 2003, I found myself travelling five hours homeward-bound along Ontario’s Highway 401 from a speaking… Read more »
What situations in your work life and/or private life need a reframing of perspective? What do you bellyache about so much (at work or elsewhere) that you even bore yourself at times? Do you sometimes feel trapped by the “paralysis of analysis” of a dissatisfying situation, knowing that your perspective is, perhaps, an unhealthy one for yourself and your career, yet, for all your reflection and examination of the situation, you can’t seem to emotionally get out from under?
One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar. — Helen Keller My second book–nearing completion/now in manuscript form and due… Read more »
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” “Never, never, never give up.” Winston Churchill What a difference a year makes! UK’s Andy Murray… Read more »
Have you ever been fuming angry at work? Have your ever been so angry at a colleague or client that, as my mother used to say, “I’m so mad I could spit!“? I assume your answer is “Yes!” The person who declares they’ve never been angry at work is probably the most angry of all holding it all inside! It may feel good to “let ‘er rip”, but we usually end up regretting our spontaneous lack of professionalism. After all, we probably have to interact with the victim of our emotional eruption, another…