At a recent one-on-one coaching session, Keith was very frustrated about a new employee, not meeting his expectations. Keith is a young entrepreneur, three years into growing what is fast becoming a very successful organisation. He sees Possibility in business, has the attributes necessary to create a great organisation and,… Read More
These articles, essays and letters are designed to help point the reader toward Possibility (and away from impossibility).
Each piece helps flesh out how you and I can live from a fresh view of life, freedom and creativity. They are equally relevant for practitioners, mums and dads, businesspeople and those working in the public sector.
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Possibility – the realm of creativity, innovation and rebirth – transforms public discourse. A friend recently shared an insight into what the ‘Realm of Possibility’ means to him. In a word: ‘fluid’. So simple – so telling. He saw how we get stuck – fixated –… Read More
We, like those before us, become an expression of our accumulation – until we break free. We grow up learning from family, friends, teachers, etc. about what they think ‘matters’ and what they think ‘works’ – based on their experiences of life. We innocently take on… Read More
Understanding our states of Possibility and impossibility solves the problems facing you, me and humanity. PART 1 DO YOU BELIEVE THE PROBLEMS YOU EXPERIENCE ARE EXTERNAL TO YOU? You know the drill: it’s our partner, children, parents, in-laws, neighbours, boss, the politicians – them – those – the… Read More
THE CAUSE AND SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEMS WE FACE. A friend and I had a conversation about activist groups. Explicitly: do they achieve anything? Does the ‘collective’ make a sustainable shift as a result of their activism? Does activism change anything at the most fundamental level, that is, at the… Read More
The human mind has delivered great blessings – that same mind, in a different state, turns those blessings into a curse. The influence of our education, upbringing and temperament – influences of all sorts – condition our minds as to what we think is important and or necessary… Read More
‘Through our own recovered innocence, we discern the innocence of our neighbours.’ Henry David Thoreau Derick died as he lived – unaware of his inner-world of Possibility. His mother was an alcoholic, depressed, angry and saw herself as a victim. His father worked hard, smoked… Read More
From Dean G.: ‘What exactly do you mean by “Thought” with a Capital “T” (as opposed to “thought” with a small “t”)? I am assuming it’s beyond the purely grammatical? I do have your book, but am interested to hear it fresh from the source if you have time. It… Read More
When Certainty Exists, Possibility Cannot This article might seem extreme to you. It might even seem wacky. And it might just make sense. Whatever you and I make of anything, we create each experience within our mind. The efficacy of that claim will, I… Read More
It stopped me dead in my tracks. A simple question from my wife: “Do you love me?” Justifying my love, I said something like: “Of course, look at what I do for you… Doesn’t that show how much I love… Read More