“Okay campers, rise and shine!” We might be a long way from Gobblers’ Knob in Punxsatawny, Pennsylvania but after a couple of months in isolation, working from home and social distancing, you might just start to feel like you’re trapped in some recurring time loop like Bill Murray’s iconic role as cynical weatherman, Phil Connors,… Continue reading 7 Lessons from Punxsatawny, PA.
26 Tips to Survive Social Isolation and Emerge from this as a better Human Being. Act Responsibly. We’re all relying on each other to get through these challenging and unprecedented times. Step up and take charge of your actions – for your family and friends, your community and your country. Be Creative. This is… Continue reading The ABC’s of Social Isolation
It’s tough to master the constant tug at our time, our attention, our focus… here’s what teaching an anatomy class taught me.
Your results are inversely proportional to the number of fibs you tell yourself.
That means the more you BS yourself about your lifestyle choices… the less favourable your results in these areas will be.
I love words. I love those words from other cultures and languages that hold an exact meaning so rich and so deep that they paint a magical portrait in your mind as you fine-tune your accent and carve your way around their pronunciation. I like exploring the origin of words and dissecting their anatomy in… Continue reading New Year. (Re)New You?
I heard a great story from one of my clients yesterday. As with most of the thoughts that I share it gave me a little smack upside the head, sparked off a couple of synaptic firings which resulted in me thinking “Shit, have we as a species ever lost the plot of living Happy lives!”… Continue reading How To Have a Perfect Christmas
Much like the Eiffel Tower has become a global icon, we each have characteristics which define us.