Quote #1 That Helped Shape The Chapters of My First Book

To Give People an Understanding Into What the Chapter Was About. To Open Their Thinking without Telling Them How or What to Think Image supplied by author Chapter #1 Living Your WorkLife True To Your Values Quote #1 “When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” Roy E. Disney Followed by my Chapter Introduction:Continue reading “Quote #1 That Helped Shape The Chapters of My First Book”

Three Things I’m Taking From This Last Year and Bringing Forward: Daily Writing, Learning, Walking

I’m Going to Miss This Year We Had Off. I Enjoyed the Solitude and Having Time to Focus on Doing the Things I Really Wanted to Do Photo by Social Cut on Unsplash I love when I discover snippets of wisdom as I go about my daily WorkLife. I was listening to Don McLean, who wasContinue reading “Three Things I’m Taking From This Last Year and Bringing Forward: Daily Writing, Learning, Walking”

My Top Three Isolation Inspirations

How I Spent Lockdown, and How I Was Inspired In Isolation Image supplied by author In deciding what I was going to do in the strange time of lockdown and isolation I asked myself: How can I make the most of this time? The self-feedback I received in answer was that I wanted to do theContinue reading “My Top Three Isolation Inspirations”

The 5 C’s Of The Storytelling Arc : Circumstances, Conflict, Crisis, Climax, Conclusions (Part 2)

How You Can Apply Them to Your WorkLife Story (Part 2) Photo by Tugba Tirpan A Picture Tells a WorkLife Story The story I wrote and shared yesterday began from a photo I discovered as I was going through the files on my laptop. This led me to look for the original corresponding script/ story, whichContinue reading “The 5 C’s Of The Storytelling Arc : Circumstances, Conflict, Crisis, Climax, Conclusions (Part 2)”

The 5 C’s Of The Storytelling Arc: Circumstances, Conflict, Crisis, Climax, Conclusions (Part 1)

How You Can Apply Them to Your WorkLife Story Photo by Tugba Tirpan A Picture Tells a WorkLife Story A Picture Tells a WorkLife Story I was going through some files on my laptop and came across the above photo. As a WorkLife Learning Practitioner and Writer, I collaborate with Performing, Visual and Literary Artists toContinue reading “The 5 C’s Of The Storytelling Arc: Circumstances, Conflict, Crisis, Climax, Conclusions (Part 1)”

Look to the Future with Confidence and Optimism By Taking Control of Your Own WorkLife Learning

Through Personal Off-Sites and a Joie De Vivre List of Places To Go, People to Be With, and Things to Do Photo by Josh Hild from Pexels 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 wasContinue reading “Look to the Future with Confidence and Optimism By Taking Control of Your Own WorkLife Learning”