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Respond ….. Quickly

This post is prompted by by the situation that I am in at the moment. Waiting…. In this case for a tradesperson to respond to a complaint. It has taken nearly a month to get a response to a matter that was (iniatially) easily fixable. His response […]

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On Gratitude

“Gratitude, thankfulness, gratefulness, or appreciation is a feeling or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive.” I think we are getting spectacularly bad at showing appreciation, showing gratitude. Perhaps we are scared that if we say thank you, we acknowledge that […]

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Thoughts on friendship

“I don’t know what is happening in your life, I can’t empathise with you on that point, but I can assure you that you are my mate and I will stay absolutely rock solid with you.” ~ Australian Army Chief David Morrison to Lieutenant Colonel Malcolm McGregor […]

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Grace under Pressure

I have recently returned from the wedding of the son of a very dear friend in Bali. It was wonderful- a time of hope, camaraderie, laughter, lots of good food and drink. But as always, whenever you have a large group of people together- there is always […]

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“The House guest from Hell”. How to avoid being on Part 2/2

The houseguest from hell! And how to avoid being one (Part 2) After talking to friends and drawing from the many wonderful experiences I have had as a host (and as a guest), when we have had house visits that have cemented and taken the relationship to […]

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The house guest from hell and how to avoid being one (part1/2)

 This piece is prompted by a conversation with a good friend who had the “house guests from hell”. It was an awful experience. She has recently moved to Singapore and her husband works from home. Their very good friends (a family with two youngish children) arrived for […]

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Get great at being a “connector”

An interesting question raised by someone who attended a recent “Networking” seminar of mine. I thought I would share it……. all names changed for privacy :-). “Basically, I’m trying to get two persons to meet. If you remember, one of the  other students in Part 2 of […]

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Dinning Etiquette…

At a recent dining etiquette seminar, one of the participants recounted an incident that I thought was very funny. She was at a formal dinner (boss, important client present), cut up a piece of steak and then discovered (to her chagrin) that she was chewing on a […]

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Angels of your evolution – part 2

One of the comments that I received about last week’s story-(“Angels of your Evolution” – the difficult people who are sent to teach us the lessons we need most) is that it is very hard to remember this when you are actually IN a situation with the […]

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“Angels of your evolution”

We all have or have had difficult people in our lives – the colleague who withholds information, the manipulative boss, and the boyfriend who could never be relied upon.…. All of us have our own particular nemesis. Something that I read recently resonated with me deeply, and […]

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