There’s life and there’s the job, right? Wrong. Anna Tims’ Guardian article, 10 Steps to Happiness, outlines what experts say about creating a balanced life and assessing our needs and wants from our span here on Earth. Rather than treating work and home as disjointed parts of the same existence we can learn to re-infuse our lives with greater purpose fulfilment. Sometimes it’s a change in perception that is required, rather than a change in circumstances, and work is not necessarily the enemy if it is managed correctly. And it can all be achieved without you having to trek through rain forests, climb a mountain or wear sackcloth. Lots of interesting links too.
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July 17th, 2019
Dialogue is interactive communication that builds shared meaning. Compared with discussion – where people present ideas with the idea of putting forward the strongest or most persuasive view – dialogue fosters a collaborative exchange of ideas aimed at mutual understanding. Rather than a competitive collision of opposites that fosters disagreement, frustration and confusion, it is […]Continue reading
July 15th, 2019
How often have you said to yourself “I have no choice”. Sometimes this little mantra can get us through a demanding phase, but when we start to believe it and make it part of our life it can make us unhappy.
Here’s an exercise in generating choice, because having choice and exercising it are two different things.Continue reading
July 15th, 2019
The Lunch and Learn (L’n’L) format allows attendees to receive short, focused training in a 60 minute slot, often during their lunch-hour. This approach is suitable for groups of 15 – 200, at any level of expertise. My L’n’L sessions use the same core material as that in my webinars, but with the added advantage of […]Continue reading