Month: June 2020

Thinking In Language

While prepping for a meeting this morning, I know that I’ll probably cause some eye rolls… and it might not even be from a bad joke. Maybe it’s because I’ve always been a fan of George Carlin. And because I’m sure there was at least one eye roll out there in Interweb Land, allow me …

Work To Do

work | toddregoulinsky.com

How a person reacts to stress is an interesting thing. Some freeze, some go into a flurry. Some become more efficient because is streamlines their thinking and supplies them with an abundance of adrenaline. Some get mired in a swamp of depression, frustration, and anxiety. If I’m being honest here, I’ve been all of those …

Problems and Solutions

Coach George Raveling | toddregoulinsky.com

“Because real conversations challenge us. Real conversations and difficult conversations, in my opinion, make us stand in our own truth. And they teach us that we have to be truth tellers. And we got to listen to learn. And not only that, we have to learn to ask intelligent questions. We are two sided. We …

Prep Work

I’ve often joked that the reason I gave up on reading Moby Dick was that I ran out of time. In the unabridged version on my shelf, it takes 100 pages before we get to the boat and then another 100 pages until the first mention of the white whale. Sorry, but wasn’t this book …

Multitasking

multitasking | June 15, 2020 | toddregoulinsky.com

One of the worst features of social media discourse these days is the relative ease with which people will respond to another person’s concern about an issue with: “Oh yeah? What about _____________? How come you’re not as worried about _____________ as you are about _____________?!” Or even better: “How you weren’t as concerned about …