Why I’m Not Afraid Of Dying And What I Fear The Most

I’m not ruled by a fear of death. The truth is I do have a fear… Why I’m not afraid of dying and what I fear the most? (I’m writing this some hours after Nelson Mandela’s death. I’ve had this post in the drafts and thought this might be the time to brush the dust …

Cost and Value Mismatch

Cost and value. These two are related but often mistaken for each other. The cost of something has to do with what it takes to attain or posses it. Value has to do with its worth. Cost doesn’t determine value per se. Both are very subjective. One of the main reasons is that value is …

No Clue | Confessions Of A Leader

One of the things you can never separate from leading is decision-making. It is giving direction and navigating anticipated and never imagined scenarios. Teams and organisations, by default, look to leaders for guidance. With that in mind I make a confession for leaders all around the world: Sometimes we have no clue what we’re doing or …

The Romance In Doing Things That Matter

The only thing romantic about doing things that matter, about changing the world, is the idea of romance. The thought of doing anything of significance can excite many, if pitched right. With this I would include the skew perception of passion. The actual work is not romantic at all. It is the “product” or outcome …

Team And Organisational Death By Silent Protest

People protest. Having spoken to friends in the past, and recently, it is clearer to me the kinds of protests people make. I’m talking about what people do or say when they’re unhappy with the service a business or organisation offers. It also includes when people are unhappy about something in the teams and organisations they …