People don’t argue with rules. Decisions are hard and there’s a reason people do things to limit the decisions they make each day. They wear the same clothes, have the same thing for breakfast, drink the same type of coffee, and so on. After a long day of work, making dinner, and taking care of
Recently, during a growth planning workshop, a client team challenged me to re-engineer my well-proven approach to thinking about business worth. They wanted to attribute a value to “doing good” in their planning. They wanted to find a way to quantify kindness. [Spoiler: we haven’t succeeded yet – but we are actively working on it].
I sometimes wonder about sharing articles like this because at first glance it appears to have nothing to do with business (and might also seem a little ‘heard it all before’). But as a coach, I know that learning how to be your most authentic self transforms not just your personal life, but the way
Happiness is a myth — at least if you look at it the way most people do. Most people see happiness as something they can have under certain conditions, for example: Having lots of friends Living in a beautiful place Getting recognized for accomplishments Whatever they’re chasing, they’re constantly running on a script that goes,
Be aware of the analogy around unconscious bias; Just because you know about it, doesn’t mean you are free from it. A really interesting and free way to check how biased you are is to take the Harvard Implicit Association Tests. The Implicit Association Test (IAT) measures attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling