“…only when individuals trust the culture or organisation will they take personal risk in order to advance that culture or organisation as a whole. For no other reason than, in the end, it’s good for their own personal health and survival…” Simon Sinek, Start with Why I have been reading, rather, studying this book and
Last week I celebrated a decade of consultancy with you. And like all life experiences, there are lessons you learn. Some to grow you others to wake you up. Here are just a few of some of the lessons I have learnt over the past decade. Growth is deliberate – You grow or you stagnate.
Today marks the 10th anniversary since I left full-time employment. It has been a rollercoaster with really amazing highs and gut-wrenching lows which at times made me feel like I would break. Several times I have found myself updating my credentials on LinkedIn, Brighter Monday and opening a Fuzu account to test the waters and
Yesterday evening, I was feeling kind of blue; something told me to pick up my camera. I had no idea what I was going to shoot till I opened the curtain and sheers in my room and there it was, in all its beauty. I am still learning the ropes of photography; I bought
I had a powerful meeting last week with a group of friends that re-energised me. It was really interesting how we got to that point. It had only been a few months since Paul’s return to Kenya at the time we bumped in to each other in the Nairobi central business district. It was a