The great thing about the Internet is you can research everything online. The horrible thing about the Internet is you can research everything online. It’s the Wild West and the onus is on you to make sure the information you’re getting is trustworthy.
I’m excited about the new book I’m writing on trust and wanted to give you a sneak peak. It’s going to be published early next year, but I couldn’t wait to show you a little bit of it.
I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback!
I made a comment to a friend the other day about how people are connecting on Facebook and sharing their opinions on everything political. I said I liked and trusted people more when I didn’t know their politics. I should add I trust people more when their politics are the same as mine. I was … Read more
I don’t use telling the truth as part of my trust model, for very good reasons. Why? It was one of the discussions on Facebook that had people taking sides. Each side threw their collective facts at the discussion; each firmly entrenched in their beliefs and not willing to be swayed. At the end of … Read more
When our daughter Acacia was small her first words were “Do it self”… well actually her first word was “sock” but that doesn’t fit with my story. From a very young age she was extremely independent. She tried to take over the management of the house and the mothering of Phillip. OK, the management of … Read more
I felt like a kid with new clothes and crayons on the first day of school. Everything was exciting and new and I was meeting and making new friends daily. The Renaissance was home and felt safe and familiar and allowed me to venture out each day to explore and discover Mumbai. The wonderful thing … Read more
The jobs that have to be done before the movers arrive on July 24th total pages instead of paragraphs… or at least I think they do. For the past week I have hidden in my office answering non-essential emails and playing games in an effort to hide from this feeling I have of being overwhelmed. … Read more
My friend Tammy Isa is a brilliant woman who juggles a busy career along with motherhood and being a great partner to her husband Shareef. She sent me this post today and I thought it was so good it should be re-posted so more people could read it. Here it is… Overlapping is something I find … Read more
Not fully in one world or the other. I’m still working and living in Canada and probably have 4 months before I move to India. My excitement is tempered by the amount of work that needs to be done and the goodbyes that I face. I look at all of the friendships I have made … Read more
My husband Ric and I love adventure. When we met, he was a fresh university grad working and saving money for a trip through Africa. He had his itinerary booked for an overland excursion that took him from North Africa to South Africa, ending with a climb up Mount Kilimanjaro. We weren’t expecting to fall … Read more