Tag Archives: mistakes

When Teams Don’t Work

Teams have, for many years been the hub of corporate activities, often leading to successful discoveries, completion of projects or whatever else they oversee. Their potential for success is huge, but so is their potential for failure. Teams per se do … Continue reading

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You Can Teach Subjects But You Can’t Teach Experience

One of my passions is helping people to grow in confidence, which, in-turn, opens the doors for improvement and development across many life skills. I have mentioned previously that our work with reptile handling workshops (Meet The Beasts) is so powerful because … Continue reading

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Bridge Builder, Pace Setter or Record Breaker?

How often do we come up against an issue or problem and immediately think, “I can’t do that“? How often do we look to others to solve our problems because we feel inadequate? Why do we think others find things … Continue reading

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The End of Another Year

In less than 2 days, 2008 will be upon us. Before committing myself to any New Year resolutions I always like to look back and see what I have done in the past year: highlights, low points, things I could … Continue reading

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