Monthly Archives: March 2016

Shooting hoops, or how to use simple routines to get back to awesome

Today’s post is about the power of simple routines. It’s topical: everyone around me seems to be trying out the simple moves again, hoping to get back to learning new great things after their winter hibernation. It’s personal, too – since I’m planning to get back to blogging and writing, and a simple idea is […]

Virtuous and vicious cycles – and where to find them

‘All of this has happened before, all of this will happen again.’ This spooky Battlestar Galactica quote is sometimes appropriate to things I come across in my work, or coaching, or learning. Here’s what it often means for me: the way others behave – and the way I behave – can be predictable, and one […]