This was quite a timely read for me. I, unfortunately, work on a team where nobody at a working level is quite sure what we are collectively trying to achieve; i.e. the longer term goals of the team, and indeed the corporation, are simply not clear to anyone. Repeated attempts to urge leadership to work … Continue reading 4 ways to quiet imposter syndrome and start believing in yourself
This post is not about watches - it is about raising your mental game to the next level... A getAbstract summary of a book entitled "The Playmaker's Advantage" by Leonard Zaichkowsky and Daniel Peterson. In all honesty, after reading this you probably dont need to buy the book; but if you decide to - please consider buying … Continue reading The Playmaker’s Advantage
A man and two children, a boy about nine and a girl about seven, were walking ahead of me in silence. The boy looked up and said something to his father. Whatever he said set off his father who started yelling at the boy. I could see the boy's pain as his father's words hit … Continue reading Who Are You Really Mad At?
How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps): 1.Go exploring. Explore ideas, places, and opinions. The inside of the echo chamber is where all the boring people hang out. 2. Share what you discover. And be generous when you do. Not everybody went exploring with you. Let them live vicariously through your adventures. 3. Do … Continue reading How To Be More Interesting (In 10 Simple Steps)
Russell Simmons meditates. So does Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s biggest hedge fund. New research uncovers the management benefits: increased focus, control, and regulation of emotions. Harley Murphy, who heads the Ireland operations of BNY Mellon, used to lie awake at night unable to sleep because of an avalanche of problems facing his … Continue reading Sit. Breathe. Be a Better Leader.