Andrea Camilleri began writing Detective Fiction in his late sixties. There is much of his truth, beliefs and values in the books.
Category Archives: WorkLife Book Club
How to Learn Through Reading Non-Fiction Books: A Spy Among Friends
I get a greater sense of the real or true story from different perspectives. That’s enlightening and helps develop my power of self-awareness and observation.
Body Language Speech Patterns and the 7/38/55 Principle in WorkLife Interactions
“What you do doesn’t depend on you – it depends on the other fellow.” Sanford Meisner
The 7% Rule: Fact, Fiction or Fallacy? A Tale of Misinterpretation
This misquoted, misinterpreted and misunderstood myth came back into my mind recently, because of how many studies and stories continue to be taken out of context, and how so many facts are not being checked, causing them to be misreported, resulting in misleading people.
1 Simple Way to Effectively Plan your WorkLife Learning and Development
Aisling was already planning her next quarterly personal off-site, and until then she had her Joie De Vivre List of Places To Go, People To Be With, and Things To Do, to work (and play) through, to help her live her life to the full in the short-term, in the knowledge that these actions would help her, in time, to achieve her long-term dreams and aspirations.
6 Heartfelt Stories of Acts of Kindness That Led to a Community of Caring and Connectivity
There is a need to ask different questions to get to new places. Questions to help people see themselves in a new light, to tell their story, to help them pivot.
How to Create a WorkLife You Love That Fulfils Your Wants and Needs
Creating a WorkLife you love that fulfils your wants and needs, will be ongoing throughout the chapters of your WorkLife. We all have more than one career or side-hustle within us, should we choose to change our WorkLife path at our different WorkLife stages.
4 Time Travel Powers and the Power of Book Wisdom to Navigate Difficult Times
Along the path of Aisling’s learning, she discovered the concept of mastering the art of time travel, specifically mental time travel. Through the powers of self-awareness and observation, recognising and acknowledging what was happening in the present – this is what led Aisling to begin her daily journaling practice. Fast forwarding to think about the future, rewinding to think about the past, and using counter-factual thinking to transport herself to an alternative timeline. All of this had given Aisling the capacity to find meaning in the mundane and happiness in the midst of sadness, and make time pass faster or slower at will.
How Origin Stories Help Tell People’s Amazing WorkLife Achievements
Origin Stories matter because as people we love stories. We’re curious about a person’s story that made them who they are. Stories help us to understand and relate to each other.
How Research Makes Me Laugh Fills Me With Pride and Joy and Makes Me Cry
In my work, I strive to tell stories of full human experiences, happy and sad moments, because that’s how real life is. All these moments and the emotions that go with them co-exist, and I like to experience that full spectrum of life and humanity.