Tag Archives: making changes

The tsunami and the raindrop

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a traffic jam where I argued that little gestures can have big impacts when cumulative effects are taken into account. This week, I wrote a column on a similar theme.I first got the idea after speaking to a fairly young client who was frustrated by the fact that [...]

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Little gestures, big effects

World leaders are meeting once again to try to hammer out some agreement on climate change and emissions targets. Needless to say, the role of governments in achieving some workable goals is essential but the reality is that they are not the ones we can rely on alone. True change can only be achieved through [...]

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Over and over and over again

Here is something that was published in my Metro column on September 18, 2007. It explores why some people seem to go back and forth in their relationships, breaking up for good one week, getting back together the next, and then breaking up again, this time for sure, the next, and so on. I’m sure [...]

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