Monthly Archives: December 2012

What is Santa’s Myers Briggs profile?

What is Santa’s Myers Briggs profile? Last year I posted this Blog, and have decided to republish it.  It’s just about the only date-related article I’ve written, and I am going to use the excuse of having just moved house and thus … Continue reading

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My most embarassing moment. Disguised as an article on Leadership.

This post has been inspired by David Kanigan, whose Blog Lead.Learn. Live you really should be subscribed to.  He is a senior leader in a New York financial organisation, and yet he finds time to produce uplifting and inspirational articles … Continue reading

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How to compensate for being an Accommodator

I have just entered the Lion’s Den.  The arena where for most people the stakes are as high as they get. You guessed: we’re moving house, and have entered into negotiations on the house of our dreams.  The emotions are … Continue reading

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