Alternate Reality?

Perceptions inform our reality. <WAFFLE> “Our reality” is not necessarily (true) reality itself. Thus perceptions can influence how you experience what you perveice to be real. </WAFFLE> They are not reality per se. In leading ourselves and others, there will always be the challenge of differentiating perceived reality and reality itself. The danger of deceiving […]

Why I Want To Go First

So, I made it into the alpha testers of the DeskPM (Desktop Publishing Machine)! Woot! I’m writing and will publish this post using this, so far very cool, and writing inspiring app. It is clean. Simple and no distraction writing app. From Pressgram to this, John is onto something… Anyway, I was thinking about what […]

The Haunting Of Character

I haven’t been following the Oscar Pistorius trial till last week. I’ve looked at the headlines of papers. Listening to some highlights last week not only gave me a glimpse into the South African court system but also got me thinking about character… The talk about character being critical for life and leadership is not […]

Picturesque

Some things are just perfect; they need no embellishment. Sometimes it happens we don’t need much effort. At other times a lot of work to make things “perfect” is what is needed. The challenge, at other times, is knowing when to stop. To cease from embellishing, whatever that is. There are also instances where all […]

The Challenge Of Now

Leaders, well, everyone for that matter, must avoid moving forward to the past. This is when leaders (and organisations they serve) are in motion but with focus and attention on the past. This can be partly due to leaders not reflecting, as way of avoiding past failures, as well as seeing what can be garnered […]