The Danger Of Having Too Many Choices With too many choices, it is easy to get lost in the paralysis of analysis. Not having focus dilutes outcomes. I need to find a way to make the decision of what is most important first. Do you ever ask that question? I do all the time and I’ve found a way for me to answer that question that works. What do I want to do when I grow up? That is a … →
Who Else Needs A Social Media Sabbath? I’m advocating the idea of taking a social media sabbath. One day a week to unplug, disconnect, and switch off emails and social media. Will you join me? The lingering smoky aroma of a million incense sticks soaks the stones. Thousands of years of Buddhist faith are symbolised in the classic temple architecture. Hundreds of years of revolutionary Vietnamese history seem etched into the paving stones. I watch as a young shaven-headed … →
Listen With Your Eyes Have you ever been in the situation where someone is talking to you, and they are looking over your shoulder? They are looking to see if there is someone more important to whom they should be speaking? Head still but eyes flicker off to the right or left. Then they cut you off mid-sentence – “oh excuse me a minute, I’ll be back.” And they never do.