The Johari Window is a technique design to help you understand yourself and how you're perceived, with the aim of improving relationships (with yourself and others). It was devised by two psychologists, Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham, who named it by combining their first names. It has four areas to help you identify what you... Continue reading
Coaching - A coach is someone who provides you with guidance on your goals, measures your progress, to help you reach your full potential. Mentoring and coaching are often thought to be different names for the same thing, especially as they both involve teaching/learning, can be formal or informal, and push towards improvements and/or achievements.... Continue reading
Everyone has their own level of perfectionism; from "it's never enough" to "that'll do". Some, like Si, are driven by a diagnosed compulsive disorder, managed as it is. And some find it simply gets in the way of enjoying the fruits of their labour. There are some simple mechanisms you can use to snap yourself... Continue reading
Another short clip from an unreleased episode uses the analogy of a garage to reflect on the things we keep hold of and the cost that has. How much actual value is there in holding on to regrets? What cost does that incur on the present and future?
A short clip from an unreleased episode covering the personality types within time management, the idea of "4000 Weeks" and how time management courses are, ironically, a waste of time.