Tag: covid-19

  • 13 Lessons from 2020

    13 Lessons from 2020

    Perhaps it is too soon to count the lessons, but these themes are pretty consistent so far. I figured, given what a year it’s been, I may as well stick to the number 13 to keep aligned with the ominous nature of this year. Here goes my 13 lessons from 2020 thus far. I expect…

  • Need help to de-stress?

    Need help to de-stress?

    We all need different things at different times in life. It’s part of the growth cycle. From beginning to realise what we’re really dealing with, to finding ways to cope with it, to choosing to rise above it, and finally, to no longer be defined by what was once weighing us down. These are important…

  • When fear serves you poorly

    When fear serves you poorly

    People willingly buy into uninformed theories, or even hearsay, because it validates their fears. We need our fears to be validated when we’re afraid of appearing incompetent, or feeling insignificant. This is the beginning of the slide towards losing yourself to the opinions of the collective as you focus on belonging more than you focus…

  • Is cabin fever getting to you?

    Is cabin fever getting to you?

    Is cabin fever catching up? Need a sounding board that won’t make things worse? Or maybe you realised that now is the perfect time to invest in your personal development as you gear up for life after Corona. Whatever your reason is, take advantage of these lock down specials. International clients are welcome. Multiple video…

  • Choose your reality

    Choose your reality

    When our circumstances appear unchangeable, we must change our perspective. If we don’t, neither will change. Perception shapes our reality, because we can always create an alternate reality, but we can never change reality itself. When we look at something and feel overwhelmed by it, we generally find ourselves choosing between two things. We either…

  • Don’t just stay home – introspect

    Don’t just stay home – introspect

    It’s a time to rediscover what we lost when we were taking ourselves for granted. This might sound weird, but consider for a second that it’s in taking ourselves for granted that we find reason to take others for granted. In doing so, we take things around us for granted and end up committing excesses…

  • What is it about toilet paper?

    What is it about this toilet paper binge? I think we lost our humanity long before Corona. And if our response and attitude towards each other during this crisis is anything to go by, we won’t re-find our humanity anytime soon either.