Month: March 2019

wise risk taking

Wise risk-taking

Risk is a funny thing. Not ha-ha, but the other type. The one that’s hard to nail down. Yet we talk about risk as if it’s concrete and absolute. When it’s not. Your risk is not necessarily my risk, though there may be some overlap. And the difference is rarely due to a unique situation. …

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are we ready

Being ready

Are we ready? The slightly pensive question is so often there, lurking in the background. Are we ready for that event, or test, or opportunity, or challenge? Yet sometimes that concern takes on a life of its own, eclipsing whatever it is we’re facing. The fact is we’ll never be ready, if ready is everything …

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am i listening

Am I really listening?

I think so. And therein lies the problem… Our perception uses filters. Some of these are called cognitive biases. Essentially they are patterns of thought that channel how we process information and lead us towards certain conclusions. Recently there’s been an explosion of interest and understanding about cognitive biases. All of which is really helpful… …

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age and wisdom

Is wisdom an ‘age’ thing?

Whilst people who are older should have the benefit of hindsight. Wisdom learnt through reflecting on life’s experience… … Where are they? We seem to have more arrogance of age, when we need the voice of humility and grace. Of true leadership founded on self-less judgements in the face of huge challenges. … Yet we …

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