The Illusion of Asymmetric Insight is the belief that I know you inside and out, all of your dreams, hopes, fears, weird tics, how you really want to be able to dance like Patrick Swayze, etc. but, you don’t know me at all, I am too nuanced of a human for you to peg down.… Read More
I am still on my “brain hacking” kick, or should I say quest? Quest seems a better option. I have found that most of the people that I follow online by way of newsletters, blogs, Snapchat, and YouTube center in some way around habit forming (without realizing it as it happened!). Ingesting their content in… Read More
Merriam-Webster refers to resilience as an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. An ability to roll with the punches, according to Mayo Clinic. My understanding of resilience prior to this week was that it was something that people were just gifted with, like good eyesight or height. You either had… Read More
Listen to the Chattahoochee Driftwood leadership podcast to hear a discussion with executive coach Scott McBride on the importance of emotional intelligence for a leader.
We have all read and heard about the importance of taking time to reflect on our day so that we may learn from the day. However, some of us struggle to do so without some type of framework to guide us through that reflection in a productive manner. Following are the highlights of a framework… Read More
Investing well is important as we consider and plan for the future. Most often when we think of investing, we are thinking of our financial investments. We are planning for our children’s college plans, their marriages, hedging against unexpected expenses, and for financial security for our latter years. However, our investment plans often do not… Read More
What controls how you respond to circumstances? Your emotions or your beliefs? You know, we do have a choice in how we respond to the ever changing circumstances of life. Make that choice!