By Ray Williams
February 8, 2021

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Are We Born with Wisdom, or is it Nurtured?

By Ray Williams February 28, 2021   “Wisdom is full of paradoxes,” says  Igor Grossman from the University of Waterloo: “It is one of the oldest topics in the intellectual history of humanity, and yet talking about wisdom can feel odd and disingenuous. People...

Why CEOs Fail and What to do About It

By Ray Williams February 27, 2021   The media is full of stories about super successful CEOs, such as Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson or Oprah Winfrey. They are however, the exception, not the norm. A large number of CEOs and senior executives have less than stellar...

The ‘Aha!’ Moment Catapults Creativity and Productivity

By Ray Williams, February 25, 2021   You’ve reached a roadblock on a project at work, so you go home in frustration. While cooking dinner, you suddenly figure out a solution to the obstacle you left at the office. You’ve had an “aha moment,” and it’s the...

Eye Contact Not Essential for Good Communication?

By Ray Williams, February 24, 2021 Many of our relationships begin with that moment when our eyes meet and we realize the other person is looking right at us. Pause for a second and consider the intensity of the situation, the near-magical state of two brains...

How a “Nudge” Can Change Behaviour

By Ray Williams, February 23, 2021   In spite of many good intentions, we often give in to temptation. There are so many choices to make each daythat many of them are made on autopilot. We often rely on easy rules of thumb rather than consciously weighing up the...

How Self-Limiting Beliefs Can Sabotage Us

By Ray Williams February 22, 2021   Many people are feel like failures because they believe success, happiness or fulfillment has evaded them in life. These beliefs are often strongly held and don’t necessarily result from a rigorous examination of logical facts...

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