Monthly Archives: June 2012

Laying it bare – monthly round up of June Life Lenses™ blog posts

We’re laying it bare. Stripping it down. Peeling back perspective. In this monthly round up you’ll find the Life Lenses™ blog posts laid bare for the month of June. Get bare, dive in deep and take a full look around … Continue reading

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Was his (now mine) a la Dave Ulrich

This picture, from Dave Ulrich’s excellent presentation ‘Leadership and Human Resources: Trends for the future’ at the 2012 Regional Leadership and HR Convention, Institute of Human Resource Management, Nairobi in May 2012, besides making you wince if you’re the one … Continue reading

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Advice from a tree

If you’re a regular reader, you know this blog is all about perspective.  How what we see depends on what we look for.  How what we think & feel depends on our priorities, on what makes it through our lens … Continue reading

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A fresh perspective on stress

How stressed are you?  What’s the weight of your stress?  Depends on your perspective, which, it turns out, is related to a glass of water. This story, along with being a great illustration of how we carry stress, is also … Continue reading

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Warning: reflections in this mirror may be distorted by socially constructed ideas of beauty

Our reflections, what we take in & process from our external world, are wildly distorted. Period. End stop. After all, in the Victorian era, plucking a woman’s upper hairline, in order to give one a large forehead, was considered beautiful. … Continue reading

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Telling shiny objects apart from true illumination

The amount of information available to us (both on & offline)  is growing more than 65% each year. Astonishing? Yes. Depressing?  Maybe. Overwhelming.  Could be. In an IDC survey sponsored by Xerox, respondents said they spent up to 26% of … Continue reading

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Live like someone left the gate open

Gotta love this little puppy.  She’s up for exploration, engine is revved, gas pedal is to the floor. Like a Go Life Lens™. Action packed, try it, let’s explore, jump in, take a chance – all are important, natural, vocabulary … Continue reading

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Fishbowl toilets- now that’s creative

If these fishbowl toilets aren’t an attention grabber I don’t know what is. There are a variety of ways to see these tanks, from an environmental lens to a sociological one: Designed for Chinese families where space is at a … Continue reading

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Laying it bare – monthly round up of May Life Lenses™ blog posts

We’re laying it bare. Stripping it down. Peeling back perspective. In this monthly round up you’ll find the Life Lenses™ blog posts laid bare for the month of May. Get bare, dive in deep and take a full look around … Continue reading

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