If you didn't catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what's below. Here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up for the month of June. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well June blog post round up
My friend Michelle once said in an email ... "'Go where the door is open' and it occurred to me - that - that's what you did Lee-Anne - you opened the door." And as I'm sitting here writing this post, from my new home in Kenya, I'm thinking a lot about doors. Which to say yes and throw open with … [Read more...] about What's behind door #1? Self-awareness & perspective
I came across this great video (see below) from Tofu Design called 29 ways to stay creative. I really like the title because it assumes you and me are creative to start with, which is my mantra. Creativity is in our DNA - some of us just have to dig deeper for it if we've been discouraged from … [Read more...] about 29 ways to stay creative … when you're training (part 2 of 3)
What is conflict? Conflict is universal. It's something we all face in our personal and our professional lives. It's something we all face in training and development. Show me a trainer who hasn't faced a conflict and I'll show you a moon made out of mocha. All conflicts have three balls. The … [Read more...] about What is conflict? (or how big are your balls)
No matter if the journey (Journey Life Lens®) is a strong preference of yours or if you avoid it all costs (preferring to get to the point, the destination - Destination Life Lens®) we've all got to deal. Deal with the open road and the horizon that beckons. Find our own path that works. For … [Read more...] about What kind of journey are you on – measured, secure & contained or wild with risk & opportunities?
Dyana Valentine describes herself as dark chocolate chili peppers. She’s sweet and has a kick when she’s helping self-starters self-finish one project at a time. Dyana’s a coach in the very best sense of the word. She’s also a professional instigator, she takes what’s already there and turns … [Read more...] about Getting real with Dyana Valentine; is being on track and being true to yourself antithetical?
The recent Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter includes an interview with Dyana Valentine and explores whether being true to yourself and being on track is antithetical. If you're a regular reader of our monthly newsletter you'll know that they include an article, some resources and then, well, some … [Read more...] about Three funny resources to ensure being on track and being true to yourself isn't antithetical
The recent Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter includes an interview with Dyana Valentine and explores whether being true to yourself and being on track is antithetical. Check out the following resources to help you do both - be on track and be true to yourself. Need to create some space to reflect … [Read more...] about Some free resources to ensure being on track and being true to yourself isn't antithetical
I love lists. I covet lists. I crave making lists. Lists relax me. They keep my delusion of being in control of my world firmly in place. I have a confession to make however. At the end of a bad day, my eyes will skittishly wander towards a list only to streak away faster than you can say … [Read more...] about Take time to to'odle and you'll reach your dreams faster
Have lots of time on your hands? More than enough resources to do what you want to do? Do you regularly feel in charge, competent, controlled? Is relaxed your middle name? Yes? Then please send me the name of the deserted island you're living on. No? Then welcome to the rest of the … [Read more...] about What's on your to done list? Yep, your to done list.
Chances are if I ask what's on your to-do list you'll be able to pull 1 (or 10) out of your Blackberry, IPhone, daytimer and/or nightstand. Or out of your brain matter if you're not the scribing type. Chances are your list is long. Chances are it weighs you down. What about lightening … [Read more...] about Scratch to do lists. What's on your not to do list?
Stop in the name of ... love? Peace? Sanity? Self-preservation? Yes. Stop. Third in a series, this post collects some wonderful musings of what some equally wonderful folk want to stop doing. Far from filling up their plates with more to-do's, these are things they want to take off their … [Read more...] about Stop in the name of sanity; see what’s on Danielle LaPorte’s & other’s ‘no way Jose’ list