The more successful we are, the more pressing this question becomes.
How do I find focus-think-reflect-get organized time when there simply never is ENOUGH time?
For many of us, time is our most precious commodity. And on any given day there never seems to be as much as we would like. (more…)
I just spent 12 days in Bhutan. Did the sort of stuff most first-time visitors to Bhutan are wont to do. Hiked up to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Visited the massive Punakha Dzong Monastery in Punakha Valley. Marveled at Buddha Dordenna, the largest Buddha statue in the world.
Awe-inspiring. But my richest insights came from my encounters with the Bhutanese people. Insights about Presence. (more…)
You know who they are, right?
They hurtle toward you at a party, corner you in the hall. Ramble on about something or other, whining complaining joyless stressed. Their self-preoccupation is in extravagant bloom, venom raging under their veneer of social grace. On and on and on they go.
Yep. They’re the energy vampires, sucking you dry. (more…)
Personal Influence. Most folks like the notion of having some. My professional practice is predicated on the benefits of getting it.
The right position in the right firm gets us a modicum of influence. Knowing other influential people gets us some more. Presenting innovative ideas – huh, now we’re getting somewhere. The most disarming way of being influential? (more…)