Your Longhouse

In Kingdom of the Blind, author Louise Penny has her lead character observe: “…that our lives are like an aboriginal longhouse. Just one huge room. …if we thought we could compartmentalize things, we were deluding ourselves. Everyone we meet, every word we speak, every action taken or not taken lives in our longhouse. With us. … Continue reading Your Longhouse

The Gift of Site Sight

In response to questions about a favorite activity, I have told others that one of the best things about scuba diving is the peacefulness of it.  One plans the travel and packs the luggage.  Once there, one endures the hauling, checking, donning gear and the entry itself.  Then, the reward – the gift – is … Continue reading The Gift of Site Sight

Ludic Loopiness

Curious about a new term, I recently checked a definition of ludic loop: doing something over and over again because every once in a while you get a reward.   Considering the definition and how it might apply to the workplace, one imagines its usefulness in several situations.   For example: Individual Level: As a … Continue reading Ludic Loopiness