Month: July 2023

If it's worth doing well it may be worth doing it poorly

If It’s Worth Doing Well, It May Be Worth Doing Poorly

I knew I wanted to be exercising more.  I walk by the rowing machine many times a day. But I didn’t have time for exercise. Or so I told myself. Exercise in my mind was a minimum of 30 minutes. That’s what “they” say, isn’t it? And I felt unmotivated to try to fit 30 minutes into…
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sugget a work walk

Find the Opportunity to Walk and Talk

I’d like to thank Andrew Kaikkonen and the Lovers atWork Office Furniture team for inspiring this post and the outcomes in it.  Excellent people, ideas, and furniture solutions, in case you’re in the market! A few months ago, I suggested meeting for coffee and Andrew asked I’d be up for a walk instead.  The idea…
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Let them see you struggle so they don't think they're the only one who does

Let Them See You Struggle

I’ll let you in on a secret… None of us have it all together. However, we often give the impression that we do.  Whether it’s curated social media accounts, glowing annual reports, or keeping our challenges from our team, we often give the impression that we don’t struggle. And it’s giving all of us a false…
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Build your team by discussing values

Looking for A Great Team-Building Activity?

Looking for a great team-building activity? Lead a conversation about values.  If you don’t yet have values: If you have values: If you have defined behaviours: If you’re looking for an easy place to start: Respect and communication are commonly held values that are often not articulated, agreed upon, or documented.  Do the team members…
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