Monthly Archives: June 2015

A Variant of the 3C Economy: 365ideas4change Number 9

On the day when the “Yes” or “No” bailout vote for the Greek economy sent shock-waves around the financial world, I was reminded of part of a post I wrote a while ago. In the context of my pursuit of … Continue reading

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The Colour of Boards: 365ideas4change Number 8

In my coaching, we work quite extensively with noticing and labelling emotions. There’s all sorts of reasons for this, including the neurobiological focus that this provides, and the information that is contained in emotions. This information can be used by the … Continue reading

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Hope is Alive in Jhb: 365ideas4change Number 7

Random act of kindness witnessed in a Northern suburbs (in other words affluent) part of Johannesburg this morning. Its 09h15 in a large shopping mall. Smartly-dressed woman is paying for what looks like her weekly groceries. Because its early on a … Continue reading

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We All Bleed Red: 365ideas4change Number 6

Much psychological, sociological and even organisational research points to the fact that our ‘reality’ is shaped by the things to which we pay attention. Our focus not only produces our reality, but over time, selectively screens out the information that … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Money in a Purpose-Filled Business: 365ideas4change Number 4

OK, so I’m cheating. I posted this blog a year ago. I’m recycling it under 365ideas4change, because I think its a great way of thinking. And I had supper with a few friends so its late…. When you switch on a light, why … Continue reading

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A Relationship of Convenience: 365ideas4change Number 3

Convenience is, well, convenient. But in the laws of nature, by which we are inextricably bound, life moves perpetually towards a state of balance: welcome to Systems Theory 101. So for every ‘convenience’, there must be an equalising ‘inconvenience’ that … Continue reading

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Green Suspense: 365ideas4change Number 2

High density urban living is a reality in most countries. Space for gardens, let alone vegetables, is often severely limited. So when you can’t go wide, go tall! A friend of mine brought an amazing garden salad to a function. … Continue reading

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