I was reminded this week in painful circumstance how it is human nature to judge ourselves by our motives and others by their actions. If we can try, with great difficulty sometimes, to wonder why we have received the reaction we have and to consider how our behaviour might have been
We all like to feel we are honest in our dealings with others and are often outraged when others behave in anything less than worthy manner. But I wonder how honest we actually are? I sat and watched ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ with my daughter the other day, a film which if y
I was watching a documentary on Apollo 13 last night, I like the film based on the event and imagined the documentary would provide extra information. Actually, it all turned out to be horribly cheesy; with an overly dramatic voice-over, and tedious music. What I did take away from it
On our conference call today the broad subject was starting a business. As one of the topics was about deciding what that business might be, I thought it might be a good subject for this week’s post? There might be many reasons you would consider starting a business, a desire to
RT @HarvardBiz How to get yourself on track to accomplish something big:
1. Identify a tiny "micro habit" to cultivate.
2. Piggyback your new habit on a daily task.
3. Track your progress.
4. Hold steady.
5. Seek accountability.