Passionate Feelings for Our Organizations

Passionate Feelings for Our Organizations

The other day I was intrigued by a chapter from the book “Myths, Stories and Organizations: Premodern Narratives for Our Times”. This particular chapter was written by David Sims and was titled “The Velveteen Rabbit and Passionate Feelings for our Organizations”. In this chapter, Sims begins by telling the story of the 1922 children’s story [...]

Chest and Tricep Workout

Chest and Tricep Workout

Check out one of my chest and tricep workout below! Work out: Warm up - 10 minutes walking inclined Bench press smith machine - 10 reps 4x (Superset/Alternate the next two exercises) 1) Dumbbell bench press - 12 reps 3x 2) Dumbbell squeeze press - 12 reps 3x Last chest exercise  Decline Dumbbell bench press - [...]

Appreciative Inquiry (An effective approach to managing change)

Appreciative Inquiry (An effective approach to managing change)

Appreciative Inquiry also referred to as AI is a strengths based approach to organizational development and change. What's so unique about Appreciative Inquiry, is that this approach is designed to focus on the positive core whether it's on an individual basis such as life coaching, in a team development atmosphere or within your organization as [...]

Black Soybean Spaghetti

Black Soybean Spaghetti

Are you looking for a healthy protein packed meal? Try this black soybean spaghetti! You can make this meal with or without an additional protein on top. For those of you who are vegetarian or vegan, this spaghetti is vegan so simply don't add the meat. Ingredients: 1 Package Black Soybean Spaghetti (or regular Soybean [...]

5 Reasons Why I Started Biking

5 Reasons Why I Started Biking

Over this past summer cycling has become a favorite activity of mine. It's proven that cycling for just 30 minutes a day can not only improve your cardiovascular activity but help lower your blood pressure and shed those few extra pounds! Here's my top 5 reasons for why I started biking: 1. Diverse workout atmosphere [...]