Fear often manifests itself when there’s something we know we want to do, but we’re hesitant to try because we might fail, get rejected, or be disappointed.
The word “team” is often equated with lousy team building experiences or associated with competition. Ensemble, by contrast, implies cooperation, collaboration, and unconditional support.
People come to play knowing that they will be accepted, failure is OK – if it even exists at all, and that they can further their personal growth in a way that doesn’t feel like work.
Having integrity means you are true to yourself and won’t do anything that demeans or dishonours your beliefs – or anyone else’s, on stage or in real life.
The way you react to people, situations and events will tell you much about your values, and examining, rather than avoiding them is a worthwhile pursuit.
Vulnerability makes you strong, not weak. When we show vulnerability with confidence we share ourselves without hesitation and accept ourselves and ideally, others, fully.
Honesty is more than just not being a liar, it’s about operating with integrity and being truthful to yourself, to your peers, and to the world.
Eran Thomson, Founder and CCO, and Jess Ellerm explain why and how Zuper superannuation exists.
If you happened to catch Simon Sinek’s recent interview on Inside Quest about millennials in…
I’m excited to be joining the team at Chimney. Partly because it means I get to make more funny things, but also because their Scandinavian origins mean that I can talk like the Swedish Chef in meetings.
Channeling my inner MacGyver led to the invention of the “Stick Steadi-Cam,” that was featured in an Apple Store seminar on iPhone filmmaking. The films it was used on is a wonderful souvenir from a wonderful trip to Sri Lanka.
My friends asked me to be the Master of Ceremonies at their wedding. This was an easy “yes” followed by an uneasy, “now what the fuck do I do?”
I grew up terrified of water. Tubs, showers and lawn sprinklers were never an issue, but lakes, rivers and the ocean were.