Primarily relief, if I’m honest. Continue reading
It’s not about how to do it or why to do it. It’s about how you feel when you’ve passed on stuff that’s very close to you and however sensible, right and proper it all is, you notice that part of you hurts a bit. Continue reading
In October this year, I’m going to spend just over a week in Hong Kong. It doesn’t sound much – it’s not long, its not the ends of the earth – but for me is quite a big push. Continue reading
A year ago I was bought the bestseller Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham and Donald Clifton. As part of the book, you get a special code to access an online strengths assessment and get sent a report on your top five (of 34 talent themes you could have been allocated). The idea is to build on your strengths rather than to spend time dragging up your weaknesses, as these are not areas where you’ll excel. Continue reading
This was my reply:
I have learnt to shut up and listen, and to think more before I speak.
I have learnt that if it doesn’t feel right, that’s because something ain’t right.
And its time to do something about that. Continue reading