perfection is the enemy of progress

How to Manage Perfection in your role?

It is worthy and respectable to want to deliver a quality performance in your role, but to what extent should we aim for perfection at work or in our career? Perfectionism has always been a big issue for many high achieving professionals, and can be one of the indicators of early success. But certainly this cannot be sustainable for a long period of time and can prevent us from excelling in our career.  We have Read more…

Hybrid Work, The New Model of Working

Hybrid work is about adapting to how teams work best, creating experiences that reach everyone’s maximum potential and organisational goals. Many organisations are planning a post lockdown hybrid virtual model that combines remote working with time in the office. This decision follows solid productivity increases during the pandemic, while productivity may have gone up, many employees report feeling anxious, isolated, and burned out. Unless leaders/business owners address the sources of employees’ anxiety while working from Read more…

First impressions count, even virtually!

It was a lovely surprise to see my article “How you appear in a virtual meeting, is just as important as in person” featured in the Fightingfifty online magazine in March, you can see the complete article here: A big thanks to Tracey McAlpine who selected my article to be featured. This article resonates with my mission to help people to create a meaningful life, with purpose, passion and persistence especially during pandemic life, and Read more…

Take the best out of uncertainty

We are living in a changing world so we must create a new way of life. The COVID-19 experience has transformed our lives and changed all of us in some way. It’s taken away many things, but for some it has also given us time and space to re-evaluate our personal and professional life. It has given us the time to think and reflect, about who we are and what we want, think about work, Read more…

When somebody says I am Fine!

World Mental Health Day, 10th October I have never imagined that I would write a blog about mental health, until recently when one of my friends shared his struggle and a decision to end his life. Fortunately, he didn’t do it. But still bothers me when I think if he did! It could be any of us, my sister, my best friend, or somebody else. How often follow up with someone says to you “I’m Read more…

What will “New Normal” Look like?!

Embrace change like we welcome a new season! Certainly our world is a new place with much unpredictability, uncertainty and complexity. Day-by-day we are trying to learn and adapt ourselves to what is called “New Normal”. We may no longer be going to an office, we collaborate with our colleagues and even loved ones remotely, wearing a mask in public places, we have seen huge changes to our routines over the last few months. We Read more…