The more space there is, the more things accumulate. It’s true for stuff, data, and feelings. My father was great at throwing things away. It could be, that it was easy for him because he didn’t make himself aware of the emotional attachment … [Continue reading] about Old stuff
It was one of these events. Enjoyable, in presence, with a dinner. As people started to chat with one another, it became interesting to observe how the conversations unfolded. People seemed to enjoy the opportunity to find themselves back in … [Continue reading] about What’s the conversation for?
As people deal with themselves, a question they find themselves confronted with is how they are being perceived by others. It’s a natural question, one we regularly use beneficially. Receiving recognition, feedback, evaluation all serve us in … [Continue reading] about Not my responsibility?
In essence, there are two approaches to controlling the situation. The first requires preparing as much as possible. It is based on anticipating everything that may happen and making sure that one has thought of an answer for everything … [Continue reading] about Flavors of control