Self-Blindness

One of the biggest skills you can work on and keep fresh is self-awareness. It's a component that makes empathy and compassion easier to lead with. It tempers reactive behaviors. It also makes you a natural stand out amongst peers who lack self-awareness or emotional intelligence. Building a community or team with this skill is... Continue Reading →

Forget the Target

That carrot game is bad for our health. If I do this, I'll get that. External incentives in many cases can give us false leads or direction. Often times though, they back fire. We will carry out unnecessary things to achieve the target because of that carrot. Even if it means taking short cuts and... Continue Reading →

The Art of Creating Space

How about this...we are now in a time in human history where we are fighting the need to create space over filling it. For centuries humanity as I've read it and studied it has been trying to find how to fill in the empty spaces we have. Not any more. Now we have to Kondo... Continue Reading →

Two Questions to Ask

Photo by Gratisography on Pexels.com I've found that there isn't any skill a person can not learn. Your mind is such that you can learn anything you want. I've experienced this first hand with myself as well as guiding others to achieve a skill they've wanted. One of the basics to the start is getting... Continue Reading →

Accepting Your Space

Life doesn't pass us by, we just don't stop long enough to let it sink in that we have one. We can own our space that is carved out for us. Or, we can let it own us continuing to blame circumstances for why we cannot be all we want to be. How to accept... Continue Reading →

Are You a Coach?

I think at one time everyone has to be a coach. At work. At play. On the sidelines cheering on your friends or loved ones. We need coaches. Let me rephrase that, we need better coaches. Coaching is not something you can just pick up and be for someone or see in someone if you... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette #9

"Optimization in my experience is a bit of a myth. You can't be hyper-productive and eat healthy and exercise and be on top of emails and be clean and organized and socialize and expect to read a novel per week, you just can't. Something's gotta give." - GanzeerEveryone would like to say that they have... Continue Reading →

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