Author: Marcus Grodentz

Putting things in perspective

I happened across a tiny money spider the other day . These things are minute. You could fit several on the back of your finger nail with room to spare. It was busying itself in the corner of a room doing whatever they do to ‘thrive and survive.’ And that got me thinking about scale Read More …

In the Firing Line

If you work in the corporate world in any sort of capacity you probably often feel that you are in the firing line. There is the threat of job insecurity coupled with the constant need to perform, meet targets and ‘prove your worth.’ So we get into work early and we stay late. Anything to Read More …

Once upon a time…

Once upon a time, in a land not so far, far, away, there was once no such thing as new technology. There were no mobile phones. No internet. No Google. We had land-line telephones. If people weren’t at the other end we couldn’t talk to them. Indeed talking is what we did. We talked and Read More …

Through the Eye of a Needle

Today I had a ‘Light bulb moment.’ I talk to my clients about the fact that they can do and achieve whatever they turn their minds too. Nothing is beyond reach if you can visualise it – and then emotionally engage with it. At the same time I also talk to them about doing things Read More …

A Lesson from Santa

So the holiday season is over. Lots of people have already taken down their Christmas trees and decorations. We’re just doing ours. And that’s given me pause for thought. Throughout the holidays there is one particular decoration that has caused me endless irritation. It is a metal Father Christmas hanging from a hook on a Read More …