“The Future Depends on What You Do Today”

Getting consumed by guilt

During the past week it just so happened that I saw multiple clients that were consumed by guilt: guilt for being a working mother, guilt for not spending enough time at home with his family, guilt for not climbing the corporate ladder as quickly as others, and many more.

Why… Continue reading

How to worry less

Let’s face it: we all worry…work, the family, illnesses, finances, the business, aging…There is hardly a day that go by without being worried about something.

At times worrying could be very good for you. Sometimes it is the worries that call us to action, get you to think about a… Continue reading

For the women: back to basics

August is women’s month in South Africa and in light of this theme I dedicate my August blog to women in the workplace. Let’s get back to the nine basic things that women can do to be successful in the workplace. And for the men: this is equally true for… Continue reading

Achieving your goals

Why is it so hard to achieve your goals? Every year hundreds of millions of people set goals for the new year, yet very few (less than 15%!) meet their goals.

Should you have goals? Absolutely! Your mind is programmed to learn more and experience more and need goals to… Continue reading

My life purpose

It’s not enough to have lived. We should be determined to live for something. Winston S. Churchill

Our minds have been created to seek more. In fact, our minds cannot function properly unless we have a goal or mission we work for. For example: it is very hard to get… Continue reading

How do I lead myself and others: Management vs Leadership

Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. Peter Drucker

In this last edition of my series about leadership I would like to explore what the differences are between management and leadership. Although this topic has been explored by many, it still remains a challenge in most… Continue reading