A word cloud of the most frequent words used in my posts. Just looking at them is making me think. Thank you Tweetroot.
“To give and not expect return, that is what lies at the heart of love.” Oscar Wilde
“Stop worrying about growing old. And think about growing up.” Philip Roth
I read an article about workers volunteering to have cameras installed in their homes to enable other workers to watch them for at least an hour at a time in order to help them focus their attention while they’re working from home. On the face of it, I feel that this voluntary option could well… Read More Oh brother . . .
“I’ve asked myself what is the worst thing that can happen if I take this decision and go along with it. Very often, I find that the worst thing that can happen is something that I can live with. And if that’s the case, I will do it.” (Margrethe Vestager)
“Anything that just costs money is cheap.” John Steinbeck
I listened to a much-admired colleague, and organisational planning expert, field questions on strategy. This one stuck: Q How do you engage the laggards? A: Don’t spend all your time on them. You have to understand what they’re concerned with, but …. focus your effort on energy in the people who will make the change… Read More Hope . . .
“Oh life, it’s bigger It’s bigger than you And you are not me” (REM, 1991) Isn’t it wonderful knowing there’s no one else exactly like you?
I learnt a new word. Pareidolia. It’s the phenomenon of spotting familiar patterns in random data. You know … you come across a potato in the vegetable rack, and it looks like your auntie. It seems that as humans we’re hardwired to recognise faces, and from an early age – babies have been proven to… Read More Always learning . . .