Feel sublime for a while

13 March 2020

In a time of uncertainty it’s useful to access your inner strength as well as put on the lens of Pronoia.  Pronoia is a delusion that others think well of one.  Actions... Read more >

The future is in our hands

11 March 2020

I have been told my focus on facts rather than fear has sent the wrong message. I wish to correct any misconception. This virus is a very serious... Read more >

Silence impacts resilience

6 March 2020

Resilience relates to our ability to adapt to whatever comes our way. Many people are good in a crisis or good in calm waters. Few adapt to crisis and calm with equal... Read more >

This shocks and appalls me

29 February 2020

I am shocked, though not surprised by this image. Yesterday I asked you to ensure your people know the facts about CoronaVirus19.  This alarmist headline is why. You can use your... Read more >

Stockmarket? Coronavirus? What the?

28 February 2020

The ASX has dropped more than 10% on the back of the fears about CoronaVirus19. Its reminding us… The only thing to fear is fear itself. As the market results show, around the... Read more >

The herd

27 February 2020

This amazing piece of art seems so appropriate I was going to say “today”, though I think the way we humans act it’s an appropriate depiction of behaviour we see somewhere every... Read more >

How do you use your intellect? 

21 February 2020

Over the years I have thought myself quite clever. I have been awarded, lauded and applauded … You know where this is going.  Yes I was bought down to earth with a... Read more >

Mike and Mike

14 February 2020

I have two friends, let’s call them both Mike (not their real name of course). They are born on the same day in the same year, have the same hair colour, same... Read more >

Creating agility

7 February 2020

There are people in our companies who challenge us. They challenge our opinions. They challenge our authority. They challenge our fixed sense of who we are. Along with each challenge comes a... Read more >

The butter knife

4 February 2020

“Some people want their luck buttered” so wrote Thomas Hardy. And how true is that. How often do we see life through lenses which are dark if not totally blanked out? Looking... Read more >