Personal bubble space

Maybe Carl Jung was right when he said, “There is no such thing as a pure introvert or extrovert. Such a person would be in the lunatic asylum.” Last year, a study on human spatial behavior was [...]

Making an impact

An unknown Monk once wrote: “When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world. I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation. When I found I couldn’t [...]

Over and under

I’m guessing you’re familiar with the term ‘sandbagging’ which relates to not over-promising. It’s a common sales term and wise strategy. Being conservative isn’t a bad idea but [...]

Who are “they”?

Do you know who “they” are? You must, because you’re constantly referring to them in the same way I do and many of us do. Each time we are trying to emphasize a point, we find ourselves referring [...]

Throw spaghetti

Trying anything that seems logical isn’t always the logical thing to do. I was reading an old Forbes article from 2012 related to the challenge of relying on information we read online to make [...]

Teach someone

There is a litmus test for testing the quality of a management team. It’s not something unusual but it might be awkward for some on the team. Are you ready? Here it is: Ask each member of your [...]

Kaboom!

Many companies have rituals when special things happen. Every year at the Year Beginning Meetings, Walmart have a ‘ringing of the bell’ ceremony that signifies when someone has done something [...]