The way we view the world has a direct impact on our behaviour. On the macro scale, we have the meta-narratives our societies create that govern the social arrangements and codes of conduct. We also have the family-unit belief systems and religions that shape the micro-scale, namely our value systems and personal ideologies. Together … Continue reading Start at the End
As a business owner, I don't have a boss or anyone to tell me what I should be doing. I rely on what I know I must be doing to 'push the boat forward'. And it's not always easy to know exactly which tasks are the ones that will bring more benefits. There are two … Continue reading The 1% Better Club
Change your body posture, change your life. There is something really powerful about performance. Jodorowsky knew it. Alejandro Jodorowsky was born in Chile in 1929. He started his long and fascinating career as a pupeteer and mime artist, working with Marcel Marceau in Paris. He got involved with a surrealist group there and founded the … Continue reading Time to Take the Stage
I like to write about things that are relevant to me. Today's post is about something I have been needing to do but haven't managed to do it. And that is to let go. The thing I'm letting go of is something that is completely outside my control and something that I feel hinders … Continue reading Let it go, let it go.
We are programmed to follow the herd. We often think that if everybody is doing something, we should do it too. This is especially true if our identities are tied to particular social groups. We take our cues from the group's social conventions about how to dress, walk, talk, think, what to read and what … Continue reading Be Unreasonable