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by woon on 27 May, 2016 - 06:36
Oh the blame game… keeping us alive and ticking when something doesn’t go our way. How the drama unfolds with different backdrops, props and cast involved. The director in us framing it just how we want it because we can, because it’s all in our head.
There, I said it “It’s all in our head.” Our perception is our reality and how we choose to react or act then often becomes THE reality.
by woon on 3 April, 2016 - 15:53

This advice is for anyone who writes. Yes, you who’s busy writing that presentation, your blog, the article, this life’s dissertation, an email response, a song, those facebook updates and photo album title…

by woon on 31 December, 2015 - 13:26

by woon on 18 November, 2015 - 22:02

What comes to mind when you hear of someone living a rich life?

a)     He is wealthy and has abundant assets
b)     He can afford to do what he enjoys
c)     His life is filled with amazing and interesting experiences
d)     He makes a positive difference and is an inspiration to others
e)     He is contented and free, beyond happy
f)      All of the above

by woon on 19 August, 2015 - 13:06
A deceptively simple rating “1-10” with 10 being the ultimate ideal state. This rating is what I sometimes ask my clients to give me a quick score of how they are doing. We first detail what “10” means to them and discover what the gaps are, if any. 
I say “if any” but always get “so many” (gaps). 
by woon on 13 May, 2015 - 06:17
Motivation comes up often in my discussions with clients when they talk about themselves and their team members. I am careful not to let the discussion get into the "either s/he is self-motivated or not". Having these 2 camps doesn’t serve much purpose beyond hinting at one camp being easier to deal with and somewhat superior to the other. Also, this seems to imply that a person in either camp reacts similarly in all aspects of life.