Last week was the 75th anniversary of “VE Day”, and the much anticipated announcements that many countries and jurisdictions would start relaxing their Covid19 economic and social restrictions. There is an important lesson to be taken from World War 2 history that we may like to apply to our Covid exit thinking. “Now this is […]
… isolation, exits and the new journey.
Hello world! It has been some time since my last contribution to professional debate – September last year, on a BCI Webinar “It takes a village – to build resilience”. Here we all are, May 2020, and we have been cooped up in our own ‘isolation’ villages and (here in Australia at least) starting to […]
Goals, Objective, Plans … or Dreams.
This week in the USA they are observing the Martin Luther King Jnr holiday. The picture shows part of the crowd gathered around the Lincoln in Washington for the 1963 rally where King delivered his famous “Dream” speech. The photo doesn’t show the main body of the crowd running alongside the Reflecting Pool, over 250,000 […]
What guides your daily choices and actions in 2018?
I have been on vacation the past 4 weeks, so while the year is a couple of weeks old already this subject is front of mind for me today. In previous years I had deadlines (both external and internal) to complete articles and presentations during the holiday period, not this year. Instead I followed some […]
If only it could be that simple … Ali Baba learned the magic words that opened the treasure cave of the Forty Thieves. “Open Sesame.” How do we find the magic words to open the treasure cave of our professional knowledge and practices? I have been thinking about Luke Bird’s comment that is referenced in […]
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