Last weekend I went to a women’s event. During the afternoon I managed to introduce myself to several different women who were standing on their own. I could see they had come by themselves, and I wanted to make sure they felt included. I am confident when it comes to speaking to ‘standing-by-themselves’ people but … Continue reading Wallflower
Photo by Bing Han on Unsplash Be careful and aware of assumptions and their navigation on your life, on your thinking, on your way of seeing and being. Because tension and conflict are often the results of our assumptions, not facts. What narrative are you believing and defending, that if you’re honest isn’t based on … Continue reading Curious?
In our kiwi lockdown, the only outing you can have with your “bubble” is a local walk or bike ride. With so many of us out and about, getting fresh air and exercise, keeping the two-metre distance from oncoming pedestrians or cyclists in the name of social distancing is a bit of a tactical … Continue reading Seeing you
I spoke to a person this week who belonged to a networking group and was discounting the value of it. He said it hadn't brought him any new business and was a waste of time and money! Based on his expectations, that was true for him. If we measure something as being successful or unsuccessful … Continue reading Hidden value
Am I invisible?
This week I was standing talking to two friends when another person joined us and started talking to just one of the group. I don't know this person well but we have been introduced before and often see each other at other gatherings, so my initial response when she ignored us, was to think she … Continue reading Am I invisible?