This post originally appeared about a year ago, March of 2019, written from Buenos Aires, Argetina, where I was traveling at the time. The Sunday haiku is taking a hiatus as I review some posts that are relevant to a larger work I am putting together. Yesterday I read a line from a book by … Continue reading Dissident daughter
How many of you on my readership list are current or former members of a Toastmasters club? I am curious, because if you are, you will know what an "ice breaker speech" is intended to do. It is a way of introducing yourself to the club in a 5-7 minute speech, and helping them to … Continue reading Ice breaker speech – done!
This Sunday I got an itch to go for a run. It was at a time when I noticed myself going to the cupboard, believing I wanted to eat something. In reality, I was not hungry. I was avoiding the task of writing up my ice breaker speech for my Toastmasters meeting scheduled for this … Continue reading Good shoes – a mental health investment
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What keeps us going through failure and rejection? Not the cheeriest of starts to a post, but I am working my way to a better place. We’ve just had a restructure at work. They’re never much fun. This one was a marathon that ended in those already well positioned get a promotion, and those of […] … Continue reading Your abilities and beyond: overcoming failure — Libre Paley (Saturday Share)
Hola Amigos/as: I am going a little rant, so pardon me in advance for doing it. Of course if you choose to read my blog, this is what you're going to get now and then. You accept it. Maybe you even enjoy it. Many organizations lack the flexibility they will need to thrive in a … Continue reading Flex work – myth or reality?