Some people seem to have a strong adverse reaction to change. What is the thinking behind resistant reaction to change? What models might shed further light on the thinking and provide strategies for proactive engagement?
What makes athletes strive for and achieve the impossible? What is their underlying mental attitude and how does it contribute to their success? What can we learn from their stories that will help us transform our lives?
How do you change a habit? How do you unlearn unhealthy habits cultivated over a lifetime? Using the framework laid out by Charles Duhigg in the Power of Habit, you can learn to create new routines and new wiring in your brain.
We often find ourselves in situations where a collision of viewpoints seems inevitable. In this post, we take a closer look at what it means to think different. Why do we think differently? What happens in the brain? How can we embrace different thinking with an open mind?
The Gestalt principle is applicable to change at the individual, group and organizational level. This post addresses components of Gestalt and its relevance in change.
Most of us think that we are adept at the art of questioning. But, how good are we really at asking powerful questions? How might asking powerful questions benefit us especially in the midst of change?