Think you know what it means to be introverted? Well, if your idea of an introvert is a socially awkward, anxious person, who's overly shy, if you think being introverted is a bad thing, or that it is simply a lack of extravert 'skills', then think again. In fact, you might be an introvert and … Continue reading How Do Introverts Succeed in Business?
Hate rigidity? Hate Schedules? Try working like Benjamin Franklin. Let me explain. I'm not really into rigidity. I hate scheduling that doesn't allow me room to wriggle and adjust. In fact, I know myself well enough to know that if I impose too tight a schedule on myself then I'll just break it. Almost deliberately. … Continue reading Freedom Within a Framework – a Model for Rule Breakers and Routine Haters
This week I have joined the first ever annual Group Coaching Megasummit. It's a resource for coaches, consultants, therapists etc, who want to are or thinking of implementing a facility for coaching groups online. So far I've completed day one, and I don't mind telling you that I am incredibly impressed. Thanks to Gina Hiatt (of … Continue reading Open Up to Learning and Enrich Your Life
I was quite moved by a blog today on the Adventures of Fanny P. It really made me think. I would like you to read it yourself (and the author is very witty and engaging anyway so I recommend a read generally), so please visit the above link, but the gist of it was that … Continue reading What exactly are we teaching our children?
Last night, I sat on the couch and watched UFC The Ultimate Fighter (in which contestants fight their way towards a contract with the UFC). I'm really enjoying this show. At the same time, I was knitting a sweater. Knitting and UFC. You might not put those things together very often. But why not? I … Continue reading Individuality. Be Yourself and Do It YOUR Way!