Month: March 2019

You want coaching? Why, what’s the problem?

Tell me if this sounds familiar: you heard about executive coaching from your friend and it sounded like something you could benefit from. Still, just imagining asking your manager to pay for it, immediately triggers the negative self-talk and the worst of assumptions “she/he will think I have a problem?”.   First things first, coaching should […]

Opinions: Can we please have a bit less?

I have often thought that a sign of cultural degeneration is the repeated inappropriate employment of semantics. This happens when single individuals or groups of people start (ab)using words at their own discretion for the benefits of their own beliefs. When they arbitrarily associate new meanings to words that already have an existing and motivated […]

I know what I need to do, why don’t I do it?

You and I know this well too well: we have all felt this moment when enough is enough and you need to do something about an issue be it anything: your health; relationship; work; horrible bosses etc – you start quite well and big and all at once: going on a diet; exercising; cutting on […]

Millennials are calling your organization forward!

By next year, Millennials (young professionals from age 20-39) will form 50% of our global workforce.  What does that mean? Well, for starters, we would say it is about time to cut this generation some slack. For roughly a decade they have been called lazy, entitled narcissist while the latest research proves quite the opposite. […]

Why are we so scared of failure?

If there is one thing sure in life is that human beings tend to fail. All of us indistinctly. No one escapes the inevitable fate of missing a goal. It starts a way back in the past when as infants we try to stand up on our feet and keep falling down when moving our […]