This is why you can’t judge me

Ok, that title is deliberately dramatic because this is generally a dramatic topic. After sneering at the fandom around the Myers Briggs personality tests I finally decided to take it myself, if for no reason other than the fact that I was curious to know how I would be defined. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that … Continue reading This is why you can’t judge me

Reinvention

Reinvention is probably the most daunting aspect of life. It's that moment when I find myself in a space that I've outgrown without having a new space that I've grown into. It's a scene I'm familiar with. Along with most cycles, and there have been many, comes the reality of having to discard expensive relationships and adopting … Continue reading Reinvention

The Ebb and Flow of Mediocrity

I've often found myself considering restraint in sharing my knowledge with some, because of the ridiculous assumption that in doing so, I may render myself redundant. But then I started considering previous times when I did share such knowledge and noticed how few embraced it. It's really simple, this whole leadership thing. Take accountability for … Continue reading The Ebb and Flow of Mediocrity

A Choice Outcome

On my way to work this morning I passed a student transport service that was broken down at a fairly quiet intersection. Young children aged 7 or 8 milled around on the pavement as the driver attended to the vehicle. As I slowed down I noticed one of the kids staring intently in my direction. … Continue reading A Choice Outcome

Mental Masturbation

Walking through the city of London (while attending a conference recently) and observing the locals and tourists alike, I found myself contemplating a lot of truths we take for granted back home. I use the word 'truth' lightly in this case because much of how we perceive the world is based on conditioning and indoctrination … Continue reading Mental Masturbation

Look Behind Their Eyes

The one who judges is most often reflecting their bitterness rather than the merits of the subject of their judgement. There is a simple but important difference between judging and understanding. In seeking to understand we are compelled to make judgement calls about what we observe. Those judgement calls are in the form of observations … Continue reading Look Behind Their Eyes

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