Further validation of
Intentionomics Trust Model

The platform principle of Intentionomics is that People Get Your Truth: Over time, your intentions, promises, actions and results will either promote or expose you. Here’s further scientific validation on why this is so important in (a) building trust (self-trust, trust in others and others trusting in you), and (b) helping you live a more … Read more »

‘little m’ meaning in life,
not ‘BIG M’ Meaning in life

I recently received an email from executive leader and business coach William Lazarus who attended one of my presentations. He referred me to his newly created website and blog where he had posted the following: “When the proverbial hit the fan for me, I became totally lost. After many months of sadness, fear, confusion, and … Read more »

It’s time to welcome back the critics

We’ve all read or heard about the research that validates for business leaders the importance of having a happy and positive workforce. But what about the value that the ‘black hatters’, critics and deep thinkers can add to the success of workplaces? One of my favourite researchers and writers on what is now being referred … Read more »

Can good intentions for others
lead to disappointment?

I was asked recently, couldn’t setting intentions for others just lead to disappointment if those intentions are not realised? The practical application and value of the Intentionomics Trust Model has been field tested with various corporate roles including customer service and sales people through to Leadership and Executive Boards stakeholder strategic planning. And the model … Read more »

What are you doing to Make Life Better?

How can you make life better for yourself and for others who you impact thought your various life roles? I think this is a really important question, and it’s one that I am investing a considerable amount of time this year in my Master Degree in Applied Positive Psychology. In this post I want to … Read more »

Employee Engagement – Yes And… Yes But!

Many years of tertiary study has helped me to develop a healthy and intentionally critical approach to reading research studies and their associated findings. While reading and reviewing, I’m constantly asking myself “Yes… and what else?” or “Yes… but what’s missing?” or variations on those questions. While I don’t advocate that approach to life in … Read more »

The Impact of Intentional Trust
On Making Life Better

Thanks to the many people who have sent me emails to check in on what I’ve been up to… it’s been quite a while since my last post in September. October has been a full-on month where Liz and I have been in Hawaii on conference where I presented a keynote presentation and then a … Read more »