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Who said ‘embrace change’?

By Delphine du Toit | November 26, 2013

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The worlds of motivational workshops, life coaching and management consulting are peppered with the now seriously clichéd ‘embrace change’.  If you’re not for change you are
against it. You’re either progressive and creative – a constant ball of energy, seeking your next change fix; or you’re stagnant or dead. The literature also tells us that it’s ok to fear change,
while then admonishing us to overcome our fears in a 5, 6, 7 or even 8 step process. That’s all it takes. Follow the steps and you too, …

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When a quiet lunch goes wrong in a public place

By Delphine du Toit | November 12, 2013

Irritability can sometimes come out of nowhere and ruin a perfectly good day.   I recently had the
experience with someone who was triggered by the totally innocent and absent-minded behaviour of someone else – a complete stranger:  the signs of agitation were there. She vocalised it “if that
guy doesn’t stop playing with his ice I’m going to have to do something.”  I looked up, and yes indeed at the next table there was a man …

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TELL-TALE SIGNS OF STALE BLOGS

By Delphine du Toit | November 5, 2013

Google is no longer impressed by SEO and key words.  Its bots focus on websites that are active:  regular updating of information through
content refreshing, blogging, articles posted, and the like.

When did you last post a blog or an article on your website?  Do you have it built into your schedule or is it one of those things that started as a
good intention but keeps sliding?

A SIGN OF HUMAN INTELLIGENCE IS PATTERN RECOGNITION  

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