WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Self-Coach, Direct And Lead Effectively

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Self-Coach, Direct And Lead Effectively”

The Old Dog Story and Thinking On the Spot

This Is an Old Story That Serves as a Modern-Day Reminder of How Impactful the Simple Act Of Breathing Is In Enabling Clarity of Thinking Photo by Patrick Hendry on Unsplash An old dog starts chasing rabbits and, before long, discovers that he’s lost. Wandering about, he notices a panther heading rapidly in his direction with theContinue reading “The Old Dog Story and Thinking On the Spot”

“I Am So Disgusted by Your Inability to Hear the Truth That People Are Telling You, I’m Out of Here

There Was Something in the Moment of That Passionate Truth Telling, Which Caused Luke to Have a Sickening Realisation Photo by Kat Jayne from Pexels Have your inner saboteurs ever caused people to react negatively towards you? Distance themselves from you? Choose not to spend time in your company, or at least as little as theyContinue reading ““I Am So Disgusted by Your Inability to Hear the Truth That People Are Telling You, I’m Out of Here”

Three Things I’m Taking From This Last Year and Bringing Forward: Daily Writing, Learning, Walking

I’m Going to Miss This Year We Had Off. I Enjoyed the Solitude and Having Time to Focus on Doing the Things I Really Wanted to Do Photo by Social Cut on Unsplash I love when I discover snippets of wisdom as I go about my daily WorkLife. I was listening to Don McLean, who wasContinue reading “Three Things I’m Taking From This Last Year and Bringing Forward: Daily Writing, Learning, Walking”

I’m Sorry but You Have Gangrene, Both Your Legs Need to Be Amputated From the Knee Down.

How a Disease Gave Me Purpose … Photo by Josh Hold from Pexels How a disease gave me purpose are people’s stories of how a disease, illness or accident totally altered their lives, how their WorkLife paths were completely taken off track, how they navigated their long road to recovery, and how ultimately they came through theContinue reading “I’m Sorry but You Have Gangrene, Both Your Legs Need to Be Amputated From the Knee Down.”

How To Find Your Vision and Motivated Abilities at Your Different WorkLife Stages

Being In the Right Place In Your Worklife Goes to the Heart of Your Identity: To the Heart of Who You Are and to What Is Important to You Image supplied by author James’s Story — Finding His Vision and Motivated Abilities at His Later Stage of WorkLife: A Case Study: James enjoyed his work and his industry, but heContinue reading “How To Find Your Vision and Motivated Abilities at Your Different WorkLife Stages”

You’ve Made a Lot of Mistakes, and Because of That Your Position on the Board Is No Longer Tenable…

Lori felt terrible betrayal, and was enraged hearing these words. Photo by Tobi from Pexels Are There Any Times in Your Worklife When You’ve Become Someone You’re Not? Maybe You’ve Done Things That Went Against Your Beliefs and Values, or You Behaved in Ways That Were Completely Out of Character for You? Getting Back To Who IContinue reading “You’ve Made a Lot of Mistakes, and Because of That Your Position on the Board Is No Longer Tenable…”

WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Be Autonomous In Your Development And Growth

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Be Autonomous In Your Development And Growth”

The 3 Ps of WorkLife:

Purpose Passion and Persistence Photo by Joao Cabral from Pexels Real-life stories that are truly inspiring serve to remind us that success doesn’t happen overnight. It takes persistence, determination, and a lot of pulling ourselves back up. To get back to following our path, when we don’t know if and when it’s going to happen forContinue reading “The 3 Ps of WorkLife:”

How to Use Poetry to Communicate In a Way That Connects With Your Audience

Poetry Connects With Your Voice Because It Connects Your Head to Your Heart. This Is Key to Connecting With Your Audience Photo by Alvaro Serrano on Unsplash Poetry is a unique and dynamic way of getting back to the vocal pathway of instinctive expression through simple, practical actions that can empower you with the ability to communicateContinue reading “How to Use Poetry to Communicate In a Way That Connects With Your Audience”