Definitions To Help You See The World For What It Is

Employee Someone who does as their told (at the best of times) Bureaucrat  Someone who tells others what to do, without any repercussions to themselves (no skin in the game i.e. cowards). Conman Someone who rips others off to benefit themselves. Virtue Signaler Someone who tells others to alter their behaviour, with repercussions to these… Continue reading Definitions To Help You See The World For What It Is

Caring Matters

The chef who goes to the market every day, does it as a matter of personal pride because he really cares. The baker who gets up at 5am to bake fresh bread, does it because he really cares about the classical way of baking bread. The doctor who works overtime does it because she really cares… Continue reading Caring Matters

Optionality

If you are making a tough decision, one way to know that you are making the correct decision is if your options increase. For example if you are wondering whether you should go to University or not, it is probably worth considering whether you will have more options at the end of your course, or… Continue reading Optionality

You & Your Organisation Should Always Be Changing

Most of us nowadays do knowledge work.  This is the type of work which doesn't need much physical strength, but relies more on mental ability. People who carry out knowledge work gain more knowledge as they do their work.  Therefore as new knowledge accumulates the nature of the original work continually changes. There are a… Continue reading You & Your Organisation Should Always Be Changing

The Same Kind Of Average

In school or university, most people are average (by definition) and most people want to be like each other. Interestingly enough most people who go out and accomplish big things aren't necessarily below average, average or even above average when compared to other people in a traditional setting. The difference is that these people don't… Continue reading The Same Kind Of Average