Look to the Future with Confidence and Optimism By Taking Control of Your Own WorkLife Learning, Growth and Development Through Personal Off-Sites, and a Joie De Vivre List of Places To Go, People to Be With, and Things to Do, by Carmel O’ Reilly

On a cold snowy night at the beginning of January, Aisling boarded the Night Riviera sleeper train at Paddington, London, on her way to St. Ives in Cornwall. It was exactly one year since her original intended trip. One she had planned to go on with her closest friend Norma; but sadly and unexpectedly, NormaContinue reading “Look to the Future with Confidence and Optimism By Taking Control of Your Own WorkLife Learning, Growth and Development Through Personal Off-Sites, and a Joie De Vivre List of Places To Go, People to Be With, and Things to Do, by Carmel O’ Reilly”

The Ghosts of Christmas Present, Future, and Past and an Alternative Timeline, by Carmel O’ Reilly

‘Twas the night-shift before Christmas and all through the warehouse  the team were quietly working to the festive music of Strauss. Each lost in their thoughts of the year that had passed. Each thankful for all lives that hadn’t breathed their last. While each one focused on the task in hand, their mind couldn’t butContinue reading “The Ghosts of Christmas Present, Future, and Past and an Alternative Timeline, by Carmel O’ Reilly”

Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Both Part 2

Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Constant:  Jeff Bezos said: “I very frequently get the question: What’s going to change in the next 10 years? And that is a very interesting question; it’s a very common one. I almost never get the question: What’s not going to change in theContinue reading “Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Both Part 2”

Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Both Part 1 By Carmel O’ Reilly

Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Constant:  Jeff Bezos said: “I very frequently get the question: What’s going to change in the next 10 years? And that is a very interesting question; it’s a very common one. I almost never get the question: What’s not going to change in theContinue reading “Change vs Constant, Constant vs Change, The Argument in Favour of Both Part 1 By Carmel O’ Reilly”