Thursday, October 10th was commemorated as the World Mental Health Day (read more HERE). Glad that many in my networks were actually aware on this as shown by their posts; including what activities they did in their offices to commemorate that day. “Every 40 seconds, someone loses their life to suicide” – that’s the title … Continue reading Remember ‘Green-Washing’? These Days ‘Well-Washing’ Might Arise for Mental Health in Workplaces Issue
I’ve been listening to friends, colleagues from both current company or previous companies, students, and people who asked me to discuss their condition in their workplaces. The pattern of their stories gave me several insights, especially about critical issues and points related to the necessity of designing and implementing a thorough relationship between and employee … Continue reading Reverse Probationary Period
Last Sunday reconnected with a friend. Over a bowl of salad in a cafe, she started to share her experiences in overcoming a mental health problem past few weeks. I found that her story was pretty much like what I’ve experienced earlier this year: loneliness, thoughts of being such a failure, and nihilism. I wouldn’t … Continue reading Overcoming Mental Health Problem: It’s Okay to Ask for Help – but How?
Disappointment usually caused by a gap between high expectation and low reality. The gap could be stimulated by oneself (e.g. because expecting/imagining too much) – or else, from another party (e.g. because an over-promise) which eventually led to higher expectation of oneself. My reflection tonight brought my thought to see this over-promise issue in workplace … Continue reading Be Mindful: An Over-Promise Workplace
These past weeks have become a unique experience for me to observe how people made decision; not to mention that I personally also needed to make those decisions. There are lots of factors to decide what, who, when, where, how – or even to decide the reason why those decisions were made. Each individual would … Continue reading On Decision Making: Before the Sun Goes Down ….
Title sounds cool, eh? It’s actually simple: make a plan if you can, have a growth mindset toward uncertainty, improvise effectively when things didn’t work as planned. LOL. I was once received a feedback from someone because I rarely planned things in detail. My excuse was usually to give rooms for improvisation / impromptu ideas … Continue reading The Paradox of Planning / Uncertainty Survival Skills
I met some of my best friends last night. We played bowling, had dinner, and continued with some beers and talks. By talks, obviously I address to the discussion about what we did together in certain period of time – in the past. Interestingly, a friend of mine quoted such nice words: “the past is … Continue reading No, Not Again! – and Things We Could Get from the Past