How much time is required to reach a goal?

. Achievers like Einstein, Ali and Musk all found time to reach their goals. How come you say you don’t have enough to reach yours? Just like The Beatles sang it out loud in the 1960s, many people today silently wish they’d have “Eight days a week”. Not only for loving someone, as suggested in…

David’s problem

. Every time you come across a decision-making fork, the battle that then goes inside you resembles a very famous one. Here’s how so. The scene is commonplace. You’re living your life and suddenly something gets you thinking: “Should I do it?”. Is the trigger an opportunity, a gap, a problem, a dream, a desire…

About “instead of” and the power of choice

. “There are so many options to choose from. I don’t know what decision to make”. Using “instead of” between two options is one way to solve a decision-making dilemma. Here’s why. It is said that, on average, an adult makes thousands of decisions per day. Let them be about the food you eat, the…

When readiness prevents people from becoming shadows in a corner

. “Did the client end up being served, and receiving what he had ordered?” asked Sarah. “Yes, but how you did it was wrong” answered Luke. Being criticized or blamed isn’t something most people look forward to with pleasure when coming to work. The same for having an “incompetent” sign pinned on them. Yet, there’s…

How to defuse a blame game

The fear of failure is very powerful. It can stir up blame games, rip teams apart. Yet failure itself can be a great teacher. Here’s how to defuse a blame game based on a fail. Who’s responsible for this? “I didn’t do it. S/he did!” says the boy, pointing at the dog. Unless it’s for…