Category | Authenticity

Why You Need to Tell it Like it Is

Posted on 04 November 2020

When faced with a choice between saying something to make a person aware of a problem, or not saying anything and simply hoping for some change, Nina Simosko believes that there’s no contest. Say what you need to say and say it as clearly as possible.

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Are you digging yourself into a hole?

Posted on 31 October 2020

Peter Vajda considers ‘the hole’—that universal human sense of being lacking in some way. How far you will experience inner peace and happiness is a function of how you choose to fill your own hole. You can choose to reduce and then eliminate it, or dig a deeper one. It’s up to you.

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Preserving Your Soul

Posted on 30 October 2020

Finding ways to stay true to yourself and make your life civilized, at home and at work, isn’t simply a pleasant idea, like decorating a house to make it look welcoming and an attractive place to live. It’s essential to your well-being. It’s also essential for the long-term health of any organization.

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Hope Is Still Possible

Posted on 29 October 2020

Douglas Ross reports on the genesis of the first ever ‘Hope is Possible’ program for women facing special challenges in a world driven by greed, bureaucracy, fear and political and business leaders that destroy trust through severe lapses in ethical and moral judgment.

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Connecting Versus Relating

Posted on 03 October 2020

Peter Vajda argues that the dynamic we have come to know as ‘relationship’ is disintegrating, replaced by a connection or transaction, most often based on superficial contacts characterized by distance and impersonal channels like e-mails, cellphones, Blackberrys, social networking sites or texting. This electronic connection is devoid of direct, personal contact. There’s no face-to-face interaction, so direct emotional connection is lost—and, with it, the basis for trust.

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Coyote and The Jackalope

Posted on 11 September 2020

Coyote meets a Jackalope, discovers the truth about the mythical beast (or at least this particular example of it) and gives someone an impromptu lesson about the importance of being authentic. [Podcast]

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Being Authentic (on a Small Scale)

Posted on 08 September 2020

A Monday-morning haiku on the subject of being yourself.

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I Think, Therefore I Am . . . or Maybe Not

Posted on 05 September 2020

Peter Vajda takes you on a journey inside your own head in search of the sources of the mental programming that controls what you say and do. On what basis are you who and what you think you are? Is it even true? Who is really pulling your strings? Find out in this article.

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Ego, Work and Relationships

Posted on 29 August 2020

Peter Vajda notes that there seems to be an ever-increasing number of people who use their social skills to create workplace relationships purely to climb the rank-related workplace ladder. They possess all the aplomb and niceties that go along with creating and maintaining relationships, but use them almost solely in the workplace. Only later do they discover they don’t know who they are and recognize what they have lost. But it’s never too late.

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Hurry, Scurry, Worry, Work

Posted on 25 August 2020

“Hurry, Scurry, Worry, Work” — President Truman’s words during the MacArthur crisis — pretty much continues to sum up many people’s experience of life and work. Doug Ross argues that it doesn’t have to be that way. Each one of us needs to find our own way to the Holy Grail that is integrity and wholeness. Like King Arthur’s knights, we need to enter the forest, each in our own way at our own time, to take up the search for the ultimate answer to “what’s in it for me?”

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