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When Qualities Become Faults

All of our personality traits, when they become rigid or exaggerated, are painful for us and those around us. From the outside, this company looks successful. It has everything going for it: an average of more than 12,000 kg of milk a year,  shiny tractors and machinery, well-managed fields and a spotless barn. However, nothing [...]

2018-07-12T14:14:58+00:00 August 29 2018|Emotionnal Intelligence|0 Comments
  • Destructive criticism

Destructive criticism

Constructive criticism is evaluation intended to help us improve our behaviour. Unfortunately, it often proves to be destructive. We all want to know ourselves better and improve ourselves. It seems that there are only two ways to do that: through introspection, which consists of self-evaluation, self-analysis and producing a balance of our actions and [...]

2018-08-01T08:52:56+00:00 August 1 2018|Emotionnal Intelligence, Leadership|0 Comments

The one man show

Risking failure during a farm transfer Paul said, “My son will never be able to do what I did and will never be able to succeed like I have.” Paul’s pride, unfortunately, has reached an unhealthy and destructive level. He is a 60-year-old farmer who started with nothing and built up a prosperous company, [...]