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 August. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well August blog post round up
I saw this 'good deed feed' in the UK Metro newspaper & had to share it. If you had your own good deed feed what would you put on it in the world of work? In the world of play? What you look for may be just what you find. Here are some examples from a July 2012 issue. To the girl who put a … [Read more...] about Good Deed Feed – what you look for may be just what you find
Are you stuck in a rut? How about a cause for paws to pause? Doing the same ol' same ol'? What's the view from your sandbox? Need to get out and find another? Pause. Take a page from the Life Lenses® Stop Life Lenses® page - stop playing patty cake and start playing your own game. ~~TGIF- each … [Read more...] about Time out – a cause for paws to pause – cats playing patty cake
I sold my soul. I sold my soul in New York City. I'm still selling my soul. I will always sell my soul. Perspective. It's a tricky thing. It's an intriguing thing. It can be a brick wall or a wide open window. The number one hit on 'selling your soul' is selling your soul to Satan- a how to … [Read more...] about I'm selling my soul, are you?
When I was doing some training for the United Nations in East Africa a while back, some friends and I got together one night at a house to watch a movie and make cookies. The cookie dough never made it to the oven (a destination few cookie dough batches in my world meet) and the movie was … [Read more...] about Where's your off switch?
Having a happy disposition affects how long you live, up to 7 years longer than grumpy folk. Researchers at Wayne Statue University in Michigan looked at 230 pictures of major league baseball players from 1952. They categorized the pictures according to how much they were smiling and their laugh … [Read more...] about Those who laugh last (up to 7 years longer)
In my last post I talked about my first day on the job, doing job training for developmentally delayed adults when I was 17 years old. I learned a lot about expecting the unexpected there. From helping an elfin older lady named Cookie do up her bra to customizing stress relief. Stress. It's a … [Read more...] about Stress relief a la country music & dill pickles