… and how we nurture them!
Having a well-balanced approach to life is the only way to grow oneself and grow and nurture better life and working relations.
The health life we all dream of can only happen when we proactively engage with others in a positive mental attitude and congruently align personal beliefs and values with action.
To examine oneself should be a daily pursuit we all aim to enact and prioritise.
The only life worth living is the one that is designed as a foundation for future generations to build upon. Living it in full and lighting it up for others who are coming after you should be out life’s true mantra.
What kind of life have you been writing?
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Where there’s a ‘why’ there’s a way.
It’s not that highstreet is dead it is just that most old timers lost their ‘why’ along the way.
Question: “Why do we do the things we the way we do and continue to do them that way? Why are we in business? Why do we engage with people in general and most importantly with our customer base this or that way? Why should we continue to go along that path? Doing things purely based on mechanical memory will kill any business moving forward. “Well that is just the way we have always done business” said the bankrupt company director…
Heritage, traditions and core business values can (and perhaps should) always be kept and preserved providing they are not cristalised in the form, shape or model. Adaptability and willingness to change carry the form.
When we are bold enough to question why we are doing certain things the way we are, we open the way to understand ‘how’ we should be doing them too. Taking too long to discover that, and we might as well find ourselves out of business. To paraphrase Heraclitus ‘Change is the only true constant in nature.’
High street retail the way we’ve know it for years is dead but it was not digital that killed most of them. Their own business myopia and shortsightedness did. Some shops are still thriving and will continue to do so.