Tag Archives: compassion

Everyday Invalidations Today, Find A B Corporation

Today I can smile a friendly smile and give myself a friendly hug.  How come?  Because today I am not going to a deadbeat job at a loser company run by micro managers that’s why.  Yup money is tight and I have made up … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Competition Or Compassion

Well what’s it going to be?  Strong enough to fight and see who is better or be a sissy and slink away? Immature invitations for drama used to draw me in as a moth to  flame to prove worthiness and fit to compete. … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations: The Possibility Of Competition

Reading David Nichtern’s book Awakening from the Daydream;The Buddha’s Wheel of Life. I am learning to let go of competition or for that matter what is sold today as “healthy competition”. In all the sales and agency and recruitment bullpens … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Small Wins And Slow Fixes For Change

I am now reading The Slow Fix by Canadian Carl Honore and Small Wins by American Karl Weick.  Both provide me with time to slow down and break the change into tiny pieces to eat one at a time instead … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations More About Deadbeats, Losers and Micro Managers

I have experienced some emotions to the extreme in the workplace.  Often times they were mine and sometimes they were the so called leaders and managers who supposedly had the control, finesse and academic pedigree to solve problems.  What is a … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Ignorance And Change

The unofficial definition I will use here is an unawareness either motivated or unmotivated of reality for the word ignorant.  I admit for many years I was ignorant and to some extent I am still so but not that much. … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations The Expectation Fallacy

You and you alone understand 100% your world, thoughts, feelings, etc.  You and you alone can understand or make meaning from glimpses into your unconscious as well. Even if others such as family, close friends, etc say they get you … Continue reading

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