Last week, we talked about the value of spending time looking inward. Taking stock periodically of what motivates you is essential for remaining connected with your “why”. Well, investing in the relationships around you kinda works the same way. It pays in many ways to make sure you really understand the people around you. When […]
How often do you stop and reflect on what motivates you? No, I mean deeply reflect on it. As in set aside time in your calendar for it. Not those moments where during chaos you think, “What the hell am I doing with my life?!?”. I’m talking about the intentional reflection which leads to a
In Japan, there is often a small body of water between the road and a home. A bridge connects the two. When someone crosses the bridge from the road to their home, they are moving from their public life into their private life. The bridge is symbolic, of course. It suggests an appropriate mindset shift.
No, not the kind you sit on. What does it take to do a spectacular job running a meeting? What are some examples which spring to mind? We’ve helped a lot of companies think about their meeting culture. In the process, we’ve noticed some trends we’d like to share with you. For other useful tips