Monthly Archives: March 2015

Authentic Change (Part Seven) Social Media “Gamification” … Life as we know it!

Pondering change and thinking about things that occur around us, I am drawn to my statement in part six of this series … ‘Simply if you aren’t making time to think about how you can simplify your life, you are simply … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part Six) Simplify and then keep it simple!

My journey in life has allowed me to explore many ways of thinking, both complex and simple, but I must say I do prefer the simple … Einstein said “Any fool can complicate things but it takes a genius to … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part Five) Recognition and the simple ‘Thank You’

Recognition is so important in this world – babies cry for it and people die for it. Saying ‘Thank You’ is what we should be doing all the time, don’t expect a thank you but know that you should say … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part Four) Do you think of others first?

Think before you do anything and the real question is “what can I do for others to lighten their load?’ … Authentic is real; it is true and it is uncompromising, you cannot pretend because it has one very simple … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part Three) Why are we waiting for others?

As Mahatma Gandhi said “If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not wait to … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part Two) Our Nature – Our Belief – Our Attitude

You are not better than anyone else, you’re only different. It’s that difference that causes us to be effective and to have influence. However if we arrogantly believe that we’re better and more effective or more influential than others, and … Continue reading

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Authentic Change (Part One) – How Can We Change Ourselves?

Mahatma Gandhi once said the following “If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not … Continue reading

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Who built the box you are in?

People for some reason love to ‘put us in boxes’, we are grouped according to our occupations and other criteria that people decide to group us into. Boxes are amazing things in general, we theoretically live in boxes and find … Continue reading

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Good Leaders vs Bad Managers

How can you identify a good leader from a bad manager? I am going to give you a very simple answer that will allow you to think about this concept. Think of the generational theory – the X generation, they … Continue reading

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#TWOG : Two Twitter Rules

Rule #1: Tweeters consider plagiarism to be blatant stealing – so always remember to acknowledge the original quote-creator, otherwise you will be opening yourself up to serious reputation-damage. Rule #2: By using the quote, you are directly aligning yourself with … Continue reading

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