Why people give up

Never, Never, Never, Never give in. I love Winston Churchill. His fighting spirit help saved the UK in it’s darkest hour by reminding the people that giving up is a choice- and one that should never really be taken. There are always other angles, other things to try- giving up is so final and so … Read more

Don’t have enough time?

Lost time is never found again. I’m currently reading 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think. I am actively considering how I spend my time- minute by minute- and if this aligns with not only how I think I’m spending it, but with the things I want to spend it on. When it comes … Read more

The 5 whys

5 Whys is an iterative question-asking technique used to explore the cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem Have you ever found yourself unable to move forward? unable to resolve a situation or understand how you got there in the first place? If you have, and were frustrated as a result, then you simply need to … Read more

Pronoia

Pronoia is a neologism that is defined as the opposite state of mind to paranoia: having the sense that there is a conspiracy that exists to help the person. It is also used to describe a philosophy that the world is set up to secretly benefit people. As I find inspiring things across the interwebs … Read more

Go For No

Yes is the destination, no is how you get there. I love Go For No as it’s a counter intuitive idea that actually works. Having worked in sales myself, the yearning for “yes” and the fear of “no” is very real. This is all about courage- courage must be built and cannot be gifted or … Read more