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Choosing the Best Instrument (Model, Technique or Tool)

Choosing the Best Instrument (Model, Technique or Tool)

“To the man who only has a hammer, everything he encounters begins to look like a nail.” – Abraham Maslow (Below are the research links from my article in International Coaching News).   Footnotes   [1] Stephen Law, The Great Philosophers, pp.1-20. [2] Ryan...

Decision-making Tips for Small Business

Decision-making Tips for Small Business

“Whenever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision” – Peter F. Drucker   (This is the extended version of my article from Inside Small Business). Decisions drive our business. So how can we make more courageous ones? Below are three...

The Importance of Understanding Purpose

The Importance of Understanding Purpose

“It is not enough to be industrious; so are the ants. What are you industrious about?”– Henry David Thoreau   (This is the extended version of my article from Start Your Business online magazine). Purpose provides us context in the realm of Business. You may be...

Quantum Connection

Quantum Connection

“I am a part of all that I have met.” – Lord Tennyson   Below the layers of connection that are being explored today – how our (internal and external) environment, and even our internal dialogue, can affect us at a biological level (as explored in Genetic...

With Adversity Comes Wisdom

With Adversity Comes Wisdom

“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” Aristotle Once again, feel free to jump straight to the summary.   In order to effectively discuss the relationship between Wisdom and Adversity, we must first define both. Defining Adversity is the easier task,...

Ambiguity – A History

Ambiguity – A History

If you want to ignore the detail and jump to the summarised points, click here.   “Intolerance of ambiguity is the mark of an authoritarian personality” Theodor Adorno Because of our inherent uniqueness, it stands to reason that our world views may also be...

Psychological Safety and the Team

Psychological Safety and the Team

To see the summary, please jump to TL; DR, at the bottom of the page.   “Low levels of psychological safety can create a culture of silence. They can also create a Cassandra culture – an environment in which speaking up is belittled and warnings go unheeded.” Amy C...

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