Category Archives: Human Behaviour

Write your own eulogy

Not that you will have any control about what is said about you after you’re gone, but at least you’ll have a clear vision about your life’s work along the way. It’s probably a good idea to update it as … Continue reading

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Defined reputation

You don’t get to define who you are. Only others can do that, based on a consensus of your past actions and behaviours. Pay attention to their definition. You may not like it as it may not match what you … Continue reading

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Goal disengagement

In other words, it’s okay to quit. Sometimes, keeping going can be an expensive mistake. Is that thing we’ve always wanted to do, or be, causing financial hardship, and stress and and anxiety? Then pause, consider the options and if … Continue reading

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Your sixth sense

Yes, there is one. It’s called your state of mind. Do you want to improve yours? Then do whatever it takes to fire up any of the other five senses. A combination of any of them will be even more … Continue reading

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A fraudulent title

What the hell is a “Thought Leader”? Does that mean I should follow your thinking? What credentials does one need to use this lofty title? Do you have any education or training? To me, it’s a fraud and a facade … Continue reading

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Dieting

Going on a diet implies you’re going to eventually get off one.  I wonder if the results would be better if we simply made healthy long term changes to what and how much we eat? Oh, and getting more active … Continue reading

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More new words…..

Here are the new words describing certain behaviours that are trending in the world of online dating. Ghosting: one stops communicating without warning and just disappears  Benching: one has been sidelined and only called when needed Zombieing: suddenly, after an … Continue reading

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Listening

On average we speak at 225 words per minute. We are capable of hearing 500 words a minute.  I wonder, if we stop trying to make up the difference when people are talking to us, wouldn’t we become better listeners? … Continue reading

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Relationships

When we think of our relationships we typically are having thoughts and feelings about relationships with others. I wonder how much better our relationships with others could be if we first focused on the the one relationship that matters most…..and … Continue reading

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Guard rails, speed bumps and yellow lines

These are are physical barriers designed for safety and controlling traffic flow. Typically, they are installed after a road is built.  I wonder why some people choose to install similar types of barriers before relationships get built? When they do, … Continue reading

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