Monthly Archives: September 2020

Blue Tiger Art – How Luminescent Are You?

Here we are at the start of a fabulous weekend. Enjoy yours! https://voyage-onirique.com/2020/09/25/art-tigre-bleu-blue-tiger-art/ I thought I would share with you this wonderful image by Voyage Onirique (Angelilie) a site that has the most delightful artworks and images. There is a photo of me when I was seven years old as a cub in the boy […]

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Working With Others – Finding The Right Lens

Five suggestions to consider Perhaps, the hardest thing to do is change your thoughts or beliefs regarding a certain situation, event, philosphy, person (family, friends, acquaintances, enemies and frenemies) or work. “We tend to put people and their circumstances in boxes 📦” Or, it’s how our brain copes with the myriad of things that go […]

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Out With Mr Walker During COVID-19

Tonight, we went out and had dinner at Mister Walker’s in South Perth. We had a lovely time and just enjoyed being out an about on a blustery spring evening. We know that in Western Australia, we have been very fortunate regarding the pandemic. We have been moving around freely for quite some time now. […]

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The Butterfly Effect In The Workplace – 5 Small Changes That Will Make A Difference

What is the Butterly Effect? The Butterfly Effect the foundation of Chaos Theory, along with Chaos Management (Tom Peters) and the future, are things I am keenly interested in. However, I have never been a great fan of the former regarding its use in films and movies. However, I was watching the Kdrama Alice the […]

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The Proud Gatherers

Originally posted on Flicker of Thoughts:
The Living Poetry – September Visual Prompt The water-carriers with colourful urns poised so prettily on their heads Their figures are upright and elegantswaying in their bright cheery saris They are the life force of the barren land

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Sometimes, We Are Too Organised!

Is there such a thing? For those who don’t know me, my life is organised down to the last second. This has served me extremely well in the workplace and in terms of delivering key outcomes. However, at home, Chaos Theory is in full flight 😂 If my family are left to their own devices, […]

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With Great Beard, Comes Great Responsibility!

What leaders with beard’s understand about themselves … It was Father’s Day here on Sunday just gone. One of the presents I was most fortunate to receive was a mug from my grandson that says: With Great Beard, Comes Great Responsibility! Sean’s new coffee mug – Frankly Funny I have had a beard for as […]

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BUMBLE BEE IN FLOWER

Originally posted on Wildlife & Nature:
I thought I would share with you a beautiful image of a bumble bee by Abhishek Creation. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Wildlife & Nature View original post

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Are You A Dinosaur?

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Five Questions to Ask Yourself Age Is No Barrier To Being A Dinosaur There is one thing in the workplace that has always got me hot under the collar. It’s when an employee says: “that’s how we have always done it around here.” I know from experience, each time I hear such a statement, the […]

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Do CEO’s Have Performance Reviews?

Well, yes they do! Sidebar In Western Australia, local government CEOs are employed directly by the Council (a board consisting of elected members). Party politics is not allowed either. This is unlike in some countries where CEOs are elected directly from the community and may be part of a political party. The Western Australian process […]

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