Consistency is the key to success they say. However, I’ve been anything but consistent when it comes to sharing my thoughts in these blogs. I had aspirations of releasing content at least once a week, starting discussion forums, and ultimately starting to engage and add real value to you – through conversation. Here’s the thing though – I’m not going to beat myself up about the fact that I didn’t get any of this done last year. I let one part of my life slide while I focused on ‘Priority#1’ – my family (and our health) and my team (and … Continue reading New day…
There we all were – seeing in the new year, setting our goals, and starting to form some new habits. And let’s face it – we were doing quite well, weren’t we? And then something happened which none of us … Continue reading What the heck just happened?
Whether or not you choose to travel solo, or if it is out of necessity; here are my thoughts on the matter. As I write this, I am enjoying a layover in Dubai, on route to Toronto from Durban. Self-inflicted, solo travel. Do I wish that my family were with me? Of course! However, I will make the most of this time. 1. Do your research: If like me, you are not a confident jet-setter, then reduce your own stress levels by doing some pre-work. Know where you are going, what your booking includes, what facilities you have access to, … Continue reading Solo travel…post #33
This is going to be a quick one. It’s Sunday night, and it’s time to shift gear and get ready for the work week ahead. I was cleaning up my photo library and came across this post which had been shared with me. Although you’d think it’s apt to share this at the end of a work week, I thought it was as useful as I start a new week. You might to. It is possible to start the week with a specific intention for the week ahead, and these tips are a great way to get your head into … Continue reading Just be…post #32
I’m not sure how you interpret this phrase, but here’s how I see it: You are not competing against anybody else. The only person that needs pleasing is you. Your race will be different to everybody else. So you cannot compare where you are on the track, to where somebody else is on their track. Your ‘running’ style is for you to create, and only you. Some people are sprinting, some are jogging, some are skipping, and some might even be dancing through their race. Don’t try to cross over into somebody else’s lane. Instead, cheer them on from your … Continue reading Run your own race…post #31
What do you do when you realise that you’re an outlier? You don’t quite fit in. You don’t necessarily enjoy the activities that most people around you enjoy. You don’t spend your time doing what most people spend their time doing. You therefore don’t engage in conversations that most people are having. And, to top it off, you don’t arrive to the world with the attitude that most people have. It’s tough, isn’t it? I’m reminded of what Robin Sharma says about needing to spend time with folk who are different from you, perhaps doing things/learning things that you would … Continue reading On not fitting in…post #30