Appreciative Inquiry is an extremely effective and fun method for introducing positive change. It bases itself on the assumption that improvement can be achieved by focusing on the positive and doing more of that. Normally when we try to improve something, we do the opposite. We focus on what doesn't work, and try do less … Continue Reading ››
I have a confession: A friend told me about this exercise, and I'm afraid that she heard about it on Oprah... But hey, It's still good.
Anyway, it's about creating a daily positive space for reflection. Try it!
It's terribly simple. Get yourself a journal, or open a new file on your computer. … Continue Reading ››
Is faster always better? Try this exercise, and see what you think.
Let's say that you want to optimize some process to save time.
In many activities, you can take all the fun out of it if you hurry too much. For example, I used to be a hell-bent skier. This … Continue Reading ››