‘You are too kind’, the Human Resource Manager answered. I had suggested we create a clear template that staff in the sales department could easily complete and return, so as to make the sales process more efficient. Read More
The tides of life happen. There’s nothing to be done about it. When life’s on “ebb” – when the tide has gone out – it may seem forever. You know life must “flow” again, but as long as it doesn’t yet do so, it’s really hard to remember this law of nature.
Six months ago my life’s tide went out. Read More
“How do you manage to remain calm?” asked a colleague the other day. I have various tools for coping with what challenges me. I write about them here so you may find ideas for strengthening your ability to remain calm when challenged, too. Read More
In the western world, many of us are so well fed, looked after, medically treated and rich, that my peers and I will live at least 25 years longer than we thought we would. I’m turning 100 – not anytime soon, but in half a century I will, definitely. Read More
What has this year had in store for you? What are 2018’s highlights when you look back? What do you want to take with you into 2019? What do you choose to leave behind?
2018 was a great year for me. From the start of it, I joined Read More
When I returned to looking at my two computer screens for at least six hours per working day after a holiday in Far North Queensland, I wanted to keep the peace and calm of the holidays with me, and not get caught up in, and overwhelmed by the massive workload that awaited me. Read More