Will my job be replaced by AI? This is a valid question at this point in the history of humankind. What, then, is the irreplaceable career?
I like history… because it’s happened. Clarissa Dickson Wright Plans look forward. Reviews look backward. What’s happened has happened. In our culture of the urgent, we are apt to say, Forget it. Let’s move on. Today and tomorrow are more important. However, is that really true? Is it even wise? Those who cannot remember the past […]
One of my subscribers read my Roadworks article and she was interested in my explanation of this statement I made: “Online training is good in itself, but it really is not what I am called to do in this season.”. Thank you, Cathie. It does deserve a fuller explanation. What’s Wrong with Online Training? There is […]
When the video of George Floyd’s death went viral, sparking protests, marches and the BLM movement across the West, my dear friend, Jamie Lee, recommended a book by Anthony Ray Hinton, called The Sun Does Shine. It tells the story of a young man in Alabama who was wrongfully arrested and convicted of a series […]
Lockdown has had a surprising effect in encouraging new relationships and allowing others to lapse. What is this telling me?
Roadworks have been completed during lockdown, when traffic volumes were lower. Is this a clue to how we have taken this constraint and turned it into an opportunity?
As lockdown in many countries begins to lift, we are asking ourselves if we want to or need to go back to ‘normal’…
Clarity comes with knowing your One Thing, in life, in the moment. ‘Priorities’ need to become ‘Priority.’
When We get busier, unless we give up, we work faster. We get more productive. But then life seems to speed up more. There is another way.
In my recent post called, A Portal of Possibilities, I described the time I first got my hands on an Apple Macintosh 128K, and how it dazzled me and drew me into a new world of possibilities. The power of these new tools and the possibilities they gave me, consumed my focus. However, I had […]