When the masks fall: the deconstruction project

I doubt, I question, I challenge and I am never satisfied with any answer. Until I recently realised I was playing a game of fooling myself in the identity of the intelligent sceptic. Many in the corporate world wear that mask of false intelligence, assertiveness in not settling with anything because we can always “push … More When the masks fall: the deconstruction project

Building trust in relationships: the greatest learning from a born doubter to those who doubt too much

If you have a constant mental chatter questioning your key decisions or worse, prohibiting you from taking important steps, life quickly becomes a drainer. Analytical doubt was my distinctive signature. What served me well career-wise became my biggest barrier in personal life. I championed the devil’s advocate game for any given issue, taking all and … More Building trust in relationships: the greatest learning from a born doubter to those who doubt too much

A recipe for when the sky seems to fall: how to cut the drama

Sometimes, everything seems to be calm and suddenly an unexpected incident triggers turmoil in your thoughts. Your breath shortens, your stomach twists, your shoulders tense up and your head feels two tons heavier. The sky has fallen on your head. Bye-bye serenity. I just experienced one of these unexpected triggers at work which dominoed like … More A recipe for when the sky seems to fall: how to cut the drama

Are you ready to follow your intuition? Four tips to get started

Intuition is single-minded, stubborn and doesn’t give you explanations nor waits for you to ponder the pros and cons. How can you possibly trust Intuition? It is: Irrational. To the critical mind, it’s disturbing: It doesn’t follow the same rules. You want proofs! but no evidence is to be searched. Ephemeral. Rationalize your intuition, explain … More Are you ready to follow your intuition? Four tips to get started