Some clients write a lot: morning pages, books, screenplays, complaints, memories. Some others do not, but they would like to start because every corner of social media advertises the benefits of journaling for personal development. Is writing so enlightening and necessary? It seems that ancient philosophers were happy with walking and talking simultaneously. Then they […]
Avocados exist on a spectrum. On the one end of the spectrum, avocados are unapologetically hard; we call them not ripe enough. Somewhere in the middle of the spectrum, avocado becomes suitable to eat, later changing into a mushy and rotten sad existence. Various people like avocados in different stages of development. Some like them a […]
The unknown.
Someone recently reminded me of the Johari Window concept, created by psychologists Joseph Luft (1916–2014) and Harrington Ingham (1916–1995) in 1955. The concept changed into a heuristic exercise used by the corporate sector to improve the effectiveness of individuals and allow them to better fit into a working environment. Any exercise or concept disconnected from […]