The first word a kid, normally, says is “no”. And it comes from the learning of what can and can not be done, what is ok and what it’s not. But once we become adults, many keep the “no” as their first answer. Could we try this? No. Would you like to ...? No. Is … Continue reading The first word spoken
This morning on my weekly running, I came across a girl who was staring at her bike. Apparently she was having a hard time with its chains. On my way back, she was still in the same position, staring, same angle, same look on her face and not trying anything ay all... We can get … Continue reading Staring at it won’t make it go away
We are not supposed to have all the answers. We have the ability to find a way out, or the right person. I don’t know, and it’s alright. Too many times we think Or we play as we knew, so we guess, we imagine or we trick ourselves. Admitting unfamiliarity is not a sign of … Continue reading I don’t know
When you continuously challenge yourself, your environment, how things are done, how does the world work, .. You probably see fixable stuff everywhere. Organizations are made by people, their knowledge, skills and attitude. The oriented-to-change or to improvement organizations&teams are always looking around, searching for things to be fixed, anything that can be improved by … Continue reading We do not have a problem
Reading, sports, conversations, loneliness, silence, reading, chess, drinks, walking, friends, family, pets, work, colleagues, driving, traveling, people closeness, food lover, .... What are you made of? What brings you to life and is Your spark? What gives you food for thought, makes you vibe? What makes you smile and have comfort. What is it? These … Continue reading What are you made of?
A classic experiment was first conducted in 1873 by a German zoologist who put a large pike in a tank of water and fed the pike small bait fish. After awhile, he divided the tank by inserting a heavy glass in it. Then, he dropped the small fish into the section separated from the pike … Continue reading The Pike Syndrome
Damn it! You forgot to move your car and now you are stuck in that village. Oh no! You missed that flight after running half a marathon across the airport. Whaaat? Can’t be possible, you packed everything up and then... you forgot it at home, too late too far. The food is weirdly sweet. The … Continue reading It all depends on how you look at it
Thanksgiving is celebrated in many countries, being one of them the United States. I have had the opportunity to celebrate this day while staying in New York for an amazing week. Chatting with a friend, she told me that she gives thanks, every day, for what she has but that she specially loves this day … Continue reading Thanksgiving day
Whatever reason we give for our actions, when we do (timing) and how we do it determines our attitude
Language can be a blocker sometimes. It can stop us from doing great things, fear to change. Let's not do that. Life is too short. In the end, who will you want to be?