What do you do? We are not software developers, programmers, or IT professionals – but we do speak their language and like technology.
From the Blog on Identity
All of humans have an inner world, which are often raw, full of questions, doubts, uncertainty and worry. We need to cultivate ours.
Artificial Intelligence is part of our lives. If AI enabled ‘things’ can be able to do the tasks humans do, what does it mean to be human?
People who live on the spectrum of depression are not defective humans. We are your family members, friends, colleagues, and coworkers.
I don’t know. We don’t have to know everything. No one expects you to. No matter what your position in the team or organisation is.
In the story of Icarus, his father’s warning was not only about flying too high, but also about flying too low.
One of the biggest challenges in change is perception. Our perceived identity impacts what we do and achieve.
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.
What type of expert are you? And what type of expert do you seek out to work with? A guide? Teacher? or Bad Salesperson?