Perhaps it’s time to start behaving like we likely only know about 10-20% about what is happening in our colleagues lives.
As we become more digital and buy into the industrial mindset of organisations, of lifestyle, we become further disconnected from nature.
We all feel like an imposter. Some of us do every day. It’s part of being human. And because we all are learning as we go.
Emotions are not the whole story. We can, and should, acknowledge them. But then, we also can let them go. Give them to the angels.
Changing plans is never easy. It’s accompanied by shame, anxiety, fear, failure, and sometimes lots of heartache. To change plans requirees us to admit that we were or are wrong in some way. And too often being ‘wrong’ comes with shame.
We all have decision making preferences. It pays to pause and figure it out especially for moments when we are paralysed.
Being in one place means you are not in others. Sounds ridiculously obvious and yet we often behave in a way that tries to deny its reality.
His idea met the brief. It was saving. However, it was out of proportion with the required saving. It was the newspaper trap.
We all know people who shirk responsibility. We also likely know people who take on too much responsibility. Perhaps we are one of them.
Conversations don’t always go well the first time. Sometimes they cause hurt. And it is easy to walk away and not engage ever again.
We expect our data to be used to improve the service or product. We want to happen. It’s the surprises that we get angry about.
Rarely, if ever, is change wholesale and immediate. It is partial in scope and happens over a period of time. Even if you feel lost.