Accepting Change and Moving on in Times of Crisis

Accepting Change and Moving on in Times of Crisis

Accepting Change and Moving on in Times of Crisis “This too shall pass.” This phrase comes from an old Persian text in the medieval period. The story is about a Persian king where his citizens made him a ring to make him happy when he was sad. The...
How to Handle Criticism at Work

How to Handle Criticism at Work

How to Handle Criticism at Work If we spend on average 8 hours or more a day at the workplace, this is at least a third of your active working life. If you deal badly with criticism at work, it usually messes up your happiness at work which in turn affects your mental...
Achieving Success: Shifting from Why to What

Achieving Success: Shifting from Why to What

Achieving Success: Shifting from Why to What Don’t we all want the same things? Surely we all want good health, happiness, loving friends and families? We all want to snuggle in hope and get inspired by our dreams don’t we? It seems that some people just get...
Doing Away with the Tyranny of Urgency in Business

Doing Away with the Tyranny of Urgency in Business

Doing Away with the Tyranny of Urgency in Business Today’s tyranny of the urgency is often described as a by-product of the growing tendency to focus exclusively on the numbers. In most listed companies, the rhythm of financial quarters provides the essential...
Living in your Why

Living in your Why

Living in your Why You are in survival mode when urgency is the constant and calmness the rare variable. Your goal is to avoid a crisis day. You let people down, you overpromise. Stress is overwhelming, the margin for error is zero. When you define your identity and...
Are you Working for a Narcissist?

Are you Working for a Narcissist?

Are you Working for a Narcissist? A Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a psychological disorder where a person believes everything is about them. It comes from the story of Narcissus who fell in love with his own reflection. When something excessively, is always...