The donkey and the cow

10 July 2020

There is a parable about a donkey which wants to be a cow.  All day the donkey runs after the herd of cows saying “I am a cow! I am a cow!... Read more >


3 July 2020

It’s what we do today that matters. Not what we did yesterday. Not what we will do tomorrow.  But what we do right now. This moment. Each day we begin anew. The... Read more >

Managing racism and other difficult traits

26 June 2020

Initiating change is not for the faint hearted. Change takes time and humans become bored quickly. We also like things to be easy. Rooting out discrimination, like rooting out bad habits, is... Read more >

Care don’t cure

29 May 2020

It is said that the two things humans seek from others is to be accepted and understood.  Validation can help us feel both. ... Read more >

Thinking comes afterwards

24 April 2020

There is a lovely adage: When you’re thinking you’re not seeing what is truly there.  In our educated world we seem to believe that thinking is important, indeed so important that Descartes said... Read more >

What works now?

17 April 2020

We have had 4 weeks of intense changes, and media coverage that has gone from the surreal to the patently looney. And we have survived. The risk now is people will settle... Read more >

Bear Wisdom

9 April 2020

Easter is upon us. A time of chocolate, reflection, and hope. A time when bears sit in windows and wise words take centre stage, and who is the wisest bear? Winnie the... Read more >

Habits of happiness and joy

3 April 2020

Times are interesting if you hadn’t noticed, and I believe filled with great opportunity for all of us. This may be hard to see though with the multitude of regulations, changed family situations,... Read more >

Its time to care

16 March 2020

In times of fear the best thing to do is to think about others. Helping others bolsters our sense of achievement. It reminds us, that no matter what we do, or have... 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 >