Mention the word “guilt” and you immediately know what it means. Which is kind of funny really, given it comes in different types. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for November, 2013
Do you still feel guilty about minor misdeeds, even years later?
Reacting furiously after a bad meeting is common. But is it beneficial?
How often does spite appear in your life? Do you ever feel subject to it? Or, do you find yourself being consumed by it yourself? Read the rest of this entry »
Yep, you are right. Some insurance questions are totally foolish.
Funny how some companies make themselves look foolish. Like, life insurance for example. Stupid firms will interrogate potential clients with inane questions, believing they are doing their bit to mitigate undue risk. Read the rest of this entry »
A warm welcome is always a well-received.
It’s easy to enjoy warm people. They are so appealing because, when you meet them, you cannot help but be well received. So… what’s not to like? Read the rest of this entry »
Why should you be honest anyway?
How trustworthy are you? It’s a personal question of public significance, because honesty always has a flow on effect. Read the rest of this entry »
Finding happiness is not always obvious.
1. “If you are happy you will always be excited”
Thankfully, you won’t and that’s just as well. People on drugs experience a heightened state of elation for up to a few days before crashing into painful despair. We are naturally meant to experience a range of feeling states, and that’s a good thing.
Besides which, happiness and feeling happy can be two different things. Read the rest of this entry »
When was the last time somebody called you dumb? Yesterday, today… last week? Perhaps you happened to say it to yourself. Quite apart from its literal meaning being a harsh slur against people who can’t speak, I’ve got news for you. You ain’t “dumb” at all. Read the rest of this entry »
Can bosses be happy and still show leadership?
There are a lot of ways to manage an organization. But there’s one approach that particular impresses. I call it “happy management”. Read the rest of this entry »
It's unavoidable. You have to deal with creeps.
“Darling, there’s a creep here to see you. Says he wants to use you by exploiting everything you’ve got”. Read the rest of this entry »