As we bid farewell to a tumultuous 2020 and look forward to a more stable 12 months, people are slowly but surely starting to exercise more thoughtful control over aspects of their lives
When times are tough, some people try to be "present" – while others look for ways to escape
In our latest #MTtalk, we asked how you'd cope if your career was wiped out overnight. Read Yolande Conradie's review of our lively discussion
"I don't bother myself with uncertainty because I understand I have no control over it."
I'll be honest here, at the time of writing my last blog, Mood Swings and Monotony in Lockdown, I'd pretty much lost the will to live! I was genuinely amazed I managed to write and submit the blog on time. So, feeling low on energy, I did the sensible thing and booked myself a week […]
The past few days I’ve woken up and thought it was Sunday, only to realize it was a weekday and actually I should really be getting on with work or home schooling. Yes, the monotony of lockdown has finally struck
Thanks to COVID-19, we are all now living in a world that was beyond imagination just a few short weeks ago. For most of us, nothing in our old lives could have prepared us adequately for lockdown. Yes, we are all caught in the same storm
"Other people complicate our lives, but without them life would be unbearably desolate. None of us can be truly human in isolation."
The post-Cold War VUCA model addressed a world that was Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. Covid-19 is as VUCA as it gets.