Admit it. How many of you got dragged into the virtual presentation world, kicking and screaming? How many of you had nightmares of sweat dripping down your forehead one minute before the green light came on in front of a virtual roomful of clients? How many of you felt like Dave from Space Odyssey 2001? […]
Recently, I read a terrific book – Humankind by Rutger Bregman. Bregman asked, ‘What did Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt have in common?’ They all read a book called The Psychology of the Masses by French author Gustave Le Bon. Le Bon’s main premise is that when all hell breaks loose, humans turn […]
At the beginning of the year, I started with 12 resolutions – one for each month. Then COVID-19 struck. My journal became more about coping during a pandemic vs a ‘things to do’ blog. I have to admit that, like everyone else, I freaked out. Conferences and comedy clubs were shut down. I know this […]
The Beginning At the beginning of 2020, I decided that I was going to make twelve resolutions (one per month) instead of one big resolution at the beginning of the year that ran the risk of fizzling out by January 3rd. In January and February, I got a couple of good things done. Then Covid-19 […]
At the beginning of this year, I committed to making 12 resolutions – one per month. Then Coronavirus struck. I actually managed to keep up my monthly goals but suddenly, it seemed more important to replace a regular list of ‘things to do’ with ‘things that were getting me through’ a global pandemic. One of […]
At the beginning of this year, I committed to making 12 resolutions – one per month- rather than one big, ominous resolution for the whole year. So far, so good. I have been slowly checking little things off my big list, even when a global pandemic called Coronavirus reared its ugly head earlier this year. […]
I decided at the beginning of 2020 that I was going to make 12 smaller resolutions – one per month- rather than one resolution for the whole year. I started off the year with a small goal. I was going to watch less CNN. I know. Reach for the stars, Judy. Then COVID 19 hit. […]
At the beginning of 2020, I decided that instead of making one resolution for the entire year, I was going to make 12 smaller resolutions – one per month. In terms of resolutions, it’s the best thing that I have ever done. Number one, I don’t feel like a failure for quitting my yearly resolution […]
So how are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? Already hating yourself for giving up Jan 2nd? Did you know that, according to statistics, most people throw in the towel to becoming a better and brighter person by Jan 12th? Ouch. So how can we make those resolutions stick in 2020? I recently read an […]
As part of her keynote and workshop, ‘Relieving Work – Related Stress with Humour’, Judy talks about how you can exercise using laughter yoga!
As part of her keynote and workshop, ‘Relieving Work-Related Stress with Humour’, Judy talks about the power of humour – especially nowadays. As Stephen Colbert says, ” When we laugh, we can’t be afraid.”
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