The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: emotion

Optimist and pessimist

A typical situation CEOs will find themselves in is the necessity to be seen as

Conflict avoidance

There are probably only very few people who don’t want to avoid a conflict. There

Life is short

On Wednesday Henry Kissinger died. He was 100. On Tuesday Charlie Munger died. He was

Rational or Reasonable

Some leaders favor an approach to business decision-making that is based on focusing on being

Living in the moment

In his newsletter, Ryan Holiday shared that in “Stillness is the Key” the most highlighted

Promises and trust

In the past, I often saw how workshops would be announced promising confidentiality on the

Pessimistic blinders

A simple way to deploy a pessimistic blinder is to react to ideas by starting

Finding the leader

When teams work together, they search for ways to understand if they are on track.

Developing a philosophy

The work of the inner critic is there to serve us. It aims to make


An often present misunderstanding is that fearlessness describes a state of being without fear. It

Within our power

“Some things are within our power, while others are not. Within our power are opinion,

Trust and cooperation

A situation I find myself frequently in is one when colleagues or friends share that