I was asked to contribute a small piece on resilience for a professional paper and was drawn to the observation of how essential resilience now is to anyone setting off on a new career path. Although always in the back of my mind I am concerned that resilience can morph into sheer blo
Odd isn’t it, that we think that the change of a date will somehow mark a new beginning in the way any other day cannot do. We might look at the 31st of December and think tomorrow will be the start of something new. More good stuff or perhaps some good stuff at last. If that’s the ca
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
Networking is such a negative word in many circles. Often considered to be the world of the slimy and creepy sort, working a room and seeing what they can get. Of course, that is an easy stereotype that allows us all to say ‘Oh I would not want to be seen like that so I cannot see the
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.