Recently, my 10-year-old son was bouncing on a jumping pillow in a park, practising his front flips. The aim was to land on his feet and my son was focussed on nailing it. He missed a few, then started landing them. It was then that a couple of kids of similar age demanded he “stop […]
March 24, 2022, Ash Barty knows what success looks like to her
March 3, 2022, What does success look like to you?
We all experience it – the end of year catch up with ‘that’ circle of friends or family group involving a person who will almost certainly create drama by what they say or do to you or others. This Christmas, the potential for conflict is even higher given the range of strong opinions people have […]
June 3, 2021, The Stockdale Paradox – Lockdown 4.0
March 11, 2021, Controlling your controllables in response to Yallourn early closure announcement
James was anxious. Jenny hadn’t said anything about the report he’d submitted two days earlier until the meeting that morning when she’d described it as a ‘good starting point’ in front of the team. What did that even mean? James assumed the worst. Obviously, Jenny didn’t like it. Actually, she probably thought it was terrible. And that he’s […]
January 14, 2020, What’s your plan? Why a goal without a plan is just a wish?