Your Plan B and Plan C

15 February 2020 Last Friday morning, just past 8:00, the power went off while I was working on my PC. This power vacuum left me free to think. One of the thoughts I thought I thought I would share with you. (I think you might need to read that again.) But I could not share the thought…

Dealing with the expected

First, an introduction from an old Nonsense At Work radio/podcast piece: *** Dealing with the unexpected is said to be the most difficult aspect of business life. My experience has taught me the opposite. The most difficult thing to manage is the expected. Let’s face it, business is boring.  It’s the same nonsense over and…

Saving your responses

I have been saving your responses. Have you? Soon we will have enough history that should make for interesting reading: Are there patterns? Recurring themes? History repeating? Are you stuck or stubborn? Making progress or treading water? – Pointers on my Path are these

The first Friday Trigger Questions

All clients asked to receive the questions on a Friday afternoon, and not on a Monday morning. (Here’s the argument for either Monday or Friday questions.): :- Here are your Friday Questions. Note: Use the questions in brackets to drive you to deeper reflection. You will benefit if you also answer them in writing. Note:…

Choosing Mondays or Fridays

On 11 March 2019 clients were asked to choose when they wanted to get the questions: Today you must choose between Monday-questionnaire and Friday-questionnaire. There are times when we benefit more from looking back over what has happened than from anticipating what will happen next. And there are times when we benefit more from looking…