“Simon! If you can’t get up by yourself, then you probably shouldn’t do it!” was the voice of a mother urging her son to back away from climbing a play structure at the park. I was sitting watching my kids
There he was, my 6 year old son—latex gloves on and cast cutting scissors in hand—at work beside the orthopaedic tech that was making a cast for my daughter. I must admit that, right then and there, I got a
It is far too often that I hear people say how unchallenged they are in their jobs or how much more they can contribute. How many of you know of people that show up every day to a job that
“Opportunity is missed by many people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” – Mark Twain This quote truly strikes a chord with me and resonates every string that you would find on a life coach’s instrument.
In today’s workplace, a thriving culture is often the differentiating factor between success and failure. Culture impacts everything from how people show up, to what drives and motivates them, to how far they are willing to go for you or
A common theme in today’s corporate culture is the idea of continuous improvement. Ultimately you plan to execute (or do) something, you do the work, you review how it went, and then you improve on the next iteration. On and
Commitment is a very powerful thing. By declaring a commitment you ultimately tell the world, and most importantly, yourself, that you are committed to doing something. That is the first step in actually achieving your goals or dreams! This video
In last week’s article, The value of money, I had touched on the idea that people generally over-estimate the risk of doing something and under-estimate the impact of taking no action. Ultimately, causing us to stand still. So why do