Adding some “Wonder Why” to your Leadership

I’ve come across this post on Reddit a few times. Every now and then someone will repost it, most likely in the hopes of scoring internet points by leveraging the “feel good”-ness of the story. It can’t be denied that this is a great story and a wonderful outcome for the young man but it’s […]

Taking Time

“But, then, in those good hours, those sunshine hours in the yard, you could make them slow, you could pull them up like they were well-trained horses and you could turn an hour in the flower garden into half a day, because you were living in five dimensions and the dimensions were the things you […]

The Philosophy of YAAAAARGH!

My son, who turned four years old this weekend, approaches every day, task and challenge with one philosophy: “YAAAAAAAARRRRGH!” Chances are if you’ve ever met a three or four year old, you’ll be familiar with this idea. The philosophy basically consists of yelling “YARGH” at the top of your lungs as you run directly at […]

Grief and Goodbyes at Work

We all experience grief at some point in our lives and many of us will be familiar with the grief cycle of denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance (Kubler-Ross, 1969). This cycle has been depicted in movies and TV shows and you may have heard it from a caring friend or relative after the passing […]

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