Tag Archives: risk taking

Lying: A Self-Help Guide To The Art of Personal Deception

  Originally written as a few thoughts on my Facebook Page, I’d like to delve a bit deeper into the art of lying. Lying is seemingly the passport to success for so many; from friends to media icons to lawyers … Continue reading

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Breaking Free From The Old Skin

Millipedes; centipedes; spiders; scorpions. All of these carry their skeleton on the outside of their body (exoskeleton). In order to grow, they must shed this outer framework, releasing their new body. However, during this process they are very vulnerable. They … Continue reading

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Independence or Interdependence?

Independence breeds suspicion; interdependence cultivates trust and success … but dare we take the risk?

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Seeing Things Differently

Have you ever found it difficult making your voice heard? Over the years I have had what I thought to be ‘moments of inspiration’, those thoughts and ideas that are going to make a big difference, that will help people change … Continue reading

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Busy Managers Least Effective

So reads the headline of a recent article posted on the CrimsonBusiness web site (view original article Here). Here is an excerpt from the article that makes sober reading: “Busy managers are inefficient because they remain focused on performing tasks … Continue reading

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