Tag Archives: challenges

Releasing the victim game

A recent post I made on Facebook triggered several puzzled responses. I felt it may be good to further elaborate on the topic in a blog post. As I have not blogged in a long while, it also gives me … Continue reading

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Releasing stress downstream

Something is upsetting you. Maybe it is a particular thing, or just an accumulation of triggers. Wherever you are, close your eyes (actually, first read the below – unless you can read with your eyes shut… 🙂 Imagine it is … Continue reading

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What would Gandhi do?

When facing an atypical situation that requires me to make a difficult decision, it occurred to me to ask this question: what would have Gandhi (or Jesus, or Mandela, or [blank]) done under similar circumstances? I do not need a … Continue reading

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The Blind Spot: When Weakness Means Strength and vs. Verse

Preparing for a business presentation I was giving earlier today, I recognized something that was sort of an insight. I realized that if we wish to succeed in business, we need to acknowledge not only what we are good at, … Continue reading

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All is lost, or not

All Is Lost, the new J. C. Chandor film, starring Robert Redford, is the story of an unnamed man, journeying alone on a small private yacht through the Indian Ocean. The film starts with the seafarer narrating a parting message, … Continue reading

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