Remember this legendary line from the movie a Few Good Men?
Jack Nicholson’s character is questioned by a young and inexperienced lawyer (Tom Cruise) trying to uncover unethical practices within the US Marine Corps.
The truth is that besides the regular code of conduct, an alternative set of rules exists to facilitate hierarchy to execute ‘what’s needed to protect the country.’… Read the rest
What pisses you off?
I’ll make sure to clarify first at the start of this insight. I’m just asking this question about the work you do.
I’m not asking you about things in your personal life that piss you off. So if your spouse never cleans out the dishwasher, sorry for you, but that’s not the stuff I’m interested in.… Read the rest
I’m a certified facilitator in Fierce Conversations.
That’s not a joke.
If you thought it was, you’re probably wondering why something like training in conversations exists in the first place.
Because many of us do not know how to have a skillful conversation.
We don’t listen well.
We don’t articulate well.… Read the rest
What a brilliant question.
And what a hard question to answer without showing a certain degree of vulnerability (read also my story “Vulnerability is a Differentiator”).
How honest are you going to be when answering this question?
Or perhaps, how self-aware are you to be able to answer the question properly?… Read the rest
This morning my meditation insight spoke about ego.
Whenever there’s thinking happening, ego is at play. So, therefore, by definition, every human being on this planet has ego.
Having ego and having AN ego are often confused.
We all have egos, but some of us are happy to demonstrate their ego a bit more than others.… Read the rest