My love of the arts and learning have been passions for as long as I can remember. Passions that in bringing together have helped me to have clarity on my WorkLife.
I truly believe Thinking is the ultimate human superpower. And once people are confident in their ability to think for themselves and believe they have the answers they need within them, this instils the belief they can do for themselves through self-directed learning.
‘Survivors Syndrome’ is when the people who have remained in a job are challenged with delivering not only on their original roles/workloads but also stepping in and stepping up to fill the gaps caused by the loss of their colleagues along with their skills, knowledge and experience.
Role-Storming is a brainstorming technique to encourage group members to take on other people’s identities while brainstorming.
Role Storming is a simple technique to awaken your creative mind to help you tap into your inner sage wisdom to resolve your problem. This also helps you to fine-tune your ability to self-direct your learning.
Surrounding Yourself with Good People Who Believe In You, Can Help You to Pick Yourself Back up When You Get Knocked Down We all make mistakes in our WorkLife, and there may be times when we’re out of our depth when we make a decision that brings about what we perceive to be disastrous consequences forContinue reading “How to Restore Your Self-Respect and Trust in Yourself When Your Confidence and Pride Are Crushed”
In Every Thing, There’s Always Obstacles, Big or Small, And the Reaction One Shows to Such Obstacles Is What Counts, Not the Obstacle Itself Then one morning it struck me like a lightning flash: I had no sense of purpose to what I was doing. Yes, I was doing all the things I loved, but I’dContinue reading “Losing Sight of the Reason for My Work-Life”
William Was Asked This Question at an Interview For a Role at an Investment Bank. He Was Given a Pen, Paper, and Calculator to Work It Out! Part of a series of stories of weird questions people were asked at interviews, how they answered them, and what the interviewer may have been looking for inContinue reading “How to Answer Bizarre Interview Questions such as How Would You Count the Hairs on a Cat?”
Writing Helps Me Know What To Do Next I love mistakes. I learn so much from them. I love mulling over mistakes in my journal, where I write my Daily Musings. I’m a reflective soul. It takes me time to know what I’ve learnt from a mistake. Writing gives me that time. I need space toContinue reading “Writing Helps Me To Learn From My Mistakes”
Writing Takes Me Along a Path of Discovery There are (many) times when my gut instinct is telling me something. There are also (many) times when I don’t know what that is. But I do know it’s something important, and I need to figure out what it is. Writing gets me to that place ofContinue reading “When I Need Clarity, I Write”