Let’s Cut Their Tea and Coffee From the Budget – That’ll Surely Make a Difference in the Bottom Line

I could always tell when an organization was in good shape. I could tell because the manager of the organization would always be talking about how great the people in the organization were. If the manager was talking about anything other than how great people in the organization were, I knew that the organization was in bad shape.

The way to manage an organization successfully is to manage it in such a way that you can be proud of the people with whom you are working. You have to find a way to interact with the people with whom you are working in a way that makes you proud of them.

Werner Erhard

I love this perspective from Werner. It makes total sense to me. I’ve worked in many organizations, some really big corporations like GE and HP, some medium sized organizations like New England Power, and Sainsbury’s, and some smaller companies working for the owner. I’ve even worked for Landmark – which was Werner Erhard and Associates back in the day. read more

Getting Awake and Wise to Keep Your Individuality

Beware of the sinister, slimy agenda that is methodically and cleverly eliminating individuality and corralling us all into groups. It’s out there and it’s happening right under our noses. Individuality is going extinct. Watch and listen – people are being categorized all the time. The individual is a dying species.  read more

Self-Love – Fact or Fiction, Exposing the Dam Lies

I’ve been doing a lot of digging lately, really deep digging inside my being, getting into the nooks and crannies – the places where I’m still feeling unrest – in order to finally be at peace with it all. How many times have I been down this road? This time, I found some real gems and wanted to share one of them with you. read more