Choice

Choice

“Choose or not to choose, that is the choice” I don’t know about you, but I didn’t choose to be here; I was born in 1954 in London in the UK. It just happened to me, one day I wasn’t there and the next day I was, nobody asked for my opinion and I had absolutely no...
I’ve understood

I’ve understood

The old saying, “a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing” is actually quite true. The Dunning Kruger effect has been around for centuries and we all fall into the trap; the onset of the current Codiv19 crisis was an excellent example. In March of last year,...
Accepting feedback

Accepting feedback

“Feedback is the breakfast of champions” Unfortunately, like a good breakfast, you need to be able to digest it, for it to be useful. Accepting feedback is often difficult, even when people try to be tactful and use a method like DESC or OFNR, many of us tend to...
Comfort Zone – to be in or not to be in

Comfort Zone – to be in or not to be in

The concept of comfort zone is attributed to the psychologists Robert M. Yerkes and John D. Dodson, who carried out experiments to show that a state of relative comfort generated a constant level of performance. Many posts about the comfort zone will tell you that...
Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Best wishes for 2021 Fully engaged energy will get through the next hour Fully engaged energy will get through the next day Fully engaged energy will get through the next week Fully engaged energy will get through the next month Fully engaged energy will get through...

One planet, one world, one people!

Something I published on LinkedIn some years ago Like you, I’m an earthling; our planet belongs to us. I’m British, I was born in London in 1954. I didn’t have choice about being British, nor even in being born; both were thrust upon me, no one asked me if, when and...