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Does envy prevent you from building relationships that can benefit you and your business? The competition between people and businesses today is so fierce that we shy away from any type of engagement, professional or social with “the other side”. Often, envy sits within us well disguised, secretly making us do things against our good...
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“It’s not you, it’s me” is a phrase most used when breaking up with someone. It’s an attempt to spare the other person from hurt, but, is in fact about that person not measuring up to our standards. So is it really their shortcomings that prevents us from going further, or ours?\ What we call...
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In my conversations with men and women, I have often observed how articulate and perceptive they are when talking about the drawbacks of others. =For couples, this relates to describing the faults of their partners, remembering every displeasing detail and sounding off on what they had done wrong. For Singles, trying to find someone, it...
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It’s most disappointing and disheartening not to be able to find love … in the people you have known all your life: your family, your siblings, your friends. Being Single, can make us so single-minded in our search for love, that we forget to appreciate the existing people in our lives. This is not to say that one is...
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“What’s wrong with me?” inquired my client.  It had been our first session and the question, an expected norm in my field, was being asked by an attractive female in her late 30’s, wanting to understand her single status. She was bright, intelligent and successful.  “Then why am I still Single?”. The exchange we had, shed light on where my...
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If you are reading this, chances are you are on your phone. Emailing, messaging, browsing and in general being consumed by online interactions have become the norm, where we may be surrounded by people, but in all sincerity, respond mostly to our phones. In true “Pavlovian” manner, we instantly jump as soon as we hear a sound...
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Having recently joined LinkedIn, I have till now been mildly active but quietly observing. I am not sure how it works for others (feel free to comment on your experiences below), but so far I sense more of a disconnect, than a connect with people and wonder how many of us actively engage with our range of 50 to...
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