Monthly Archives: November 2010
Dichotomous thinking gets us into trouble. love / hate either / or yes / no black / white right / wrong Forcing our brain to think along these dichotomous lines causes us to loose opportunities, get boxed into a corner … Continue reading
The word’s aflutter with the release of the new Harry Potter movie, which made my kids take the opportunity to watch a previous version, specifically the Order of the Phoenix. We were all snuggled up in bed watching when it … Continue reading
Ingunn Aursunes of Quantum Leap Consulting in Norway, talks about how to see clearly. She speaks eloquently about ‘listening for other things than what our ears can capture.’ Sounds like a smart Heart Life Lens™ to me.
Lydia Nakayenze is as colourful in character as the outfit she's wearing below. Originally from Uganda, she's living and studying in Germany at the moment. I met her recently at the WIN conference in Paris, where she spoke to me … Continue reading
Eszter Debreczeni is Human Resources lead for Central and Eastern Europe, Microsoft. I met her recently at the WIN conference in Paris, where she spoke to me about her ideas on seeing clearly. Clarity of vision is key. Key to … Continue reading
There are those who walk among us, whose mere presence is enough to command respect, to cause one's eyeballs to pivot forward and focus with intensity, to straighten one's shoulders, lift one's head and vow to do better, to be … Continue reading
I recently had the honour of hearing Ms. Malahoo, Senator and Minister of State for Jamaica, speak at the W.I.N. conference in Paris. She was dynamic, engaging and articulate. She graciously agreed to be videotaped, speaking about what it takes … Continue reading