The story goes, there was once a therapist in Hawaii who is said to have cured an entire ward of psychiatric patients considered to be criminally insane, all without seeing a single one of them for therapy.
A deadly virus kills millions of people every second. Many are not even aware of this deadly virus. For all, you know that deadly virus is killing you right now while reading this.
The deadly virus that is killing you and many around you is self-sabotaging feelings, thoughts and actions.
“…it’s more important to praise the people for the nine times they fail, than for the one time they succeed.” – Severin Schwan, Roche CEO
Inspiration can come from many or just a few and sometimes through just one person, thing or incident.
When someone is talking to you, do you spend more time thinking about how you're going to respond, or what they really feel, mean and want?
If you’re like most people, you spend more than twice as much energy planning your response.
Many years ago, I borrowed 20 dollars from a colleague. I’m embarrassed to say that I completely forgot about it. Many months later, my colleague told me he’d felt upset that I never paid him back even though he was sure I’d probably just forgotten.
It’s been hard to escape the news, true or false, about the US Elections 2016 and I don’t want to dwell too long on this much discussed topic except to say:
Donald Trump won the Electoral College and so is President Elect
Hillary Rodham Clinton won the popular vote – just
“They’re always working in isolation, pursuing their own solution.”
“Bob continues to withhold relevant information and expertise.”
“She only ever gets involved when it’s a project with high exposure to the CEO.”
Have you heard these before?