blog

Multi-tasking man

The myth of multi-tasking

This is the fifth in a series of tips on how to handle crazy busy and not get caught up in the ‘fear’ of failing to handle it, and the resulting stress chemicals. Fifth tip: The myth of multi-tasking You …

Read More
Blue tiger butterfly

Look, a butterfly!

This is the fourth of a series of tips on how to handle crazy busy and not get caught up in the ‘fear’ of failing to handle it, and the resulting stress chemicals. Fourth tip: Look, a butterfly! Our attention …

Read More
ITE logo

Transfer Lab: “Transfer Meets Technology” 5 & 6 March 2020

The alumni of ITE’s Transfer Designer Certification Programme meet annually to exchange ideas, problems and solutions of “doing transfer” in their companies. I look forward to delivering the keynote on day 2. My best wishes, Paul

Read More
Guiding star

One word… “Why?”

This is the third of a series of tips on how to handle crazy busy and not get caught up in the ‘fear’ of failing to handle it, and the resulting stress chemicals. Third tip: One word… “Why?” We do …

Read More
Line of matches half burned with a gap

Seek wisdom in the gaps

This is the second of a series of tips on how to handle crazy busy and not get caught up in the ‘fear’ of failing to handle it, and the resulting stress chemicals. Second tip: Seek wisdom in the gaps …

Read More
To-do list - everything

How to deal with crazy busy

A new year and a new decade are a time to reflect on what has changed. One thing I am becoming more aware of is that we seem to be in a constant state of busyness and even overwhelm. The …

Read More
Image of face with aura

Soul food

I saw an article about graffiti in London recently and it included this gem… “I wonder what my soul does all day while I’m at work?” What can you offer employees in terms of soul food so their soul walks …

Read More
Still from My Learning Hub Talk L&D interview

My Learning Hub interview

I had fun at the recent interview with Victor Potapov from My Learning Hub. Thanks for sharing my thoughts as part of your ‘Let’s Talk L&D’ series. Check it out here My best wishes, Paul

Read More

Get your free weekly tip

You agree that we can keep a record of your details, and send you other occasional offers. See our Privacy Policy

categories

tags

search blog