Think of your childhood. Do you remember your childhood exactly as it was, or do you tend to remember particular defining moments? Our nature is to look
at our lives with stand-out moments that create our strongest memories. This is true in our personal and our professional lives. Whilst we tend to
think that these special moments are the result of fate, luck, or intervention of a higher power, we don’t have to wait around or be on stand-by wondering
what will happen next. We can create experiences and situations that foster these breakthrough memorable moments that enrich our connections with others
that can move us in an entirely new direction or career path. If this is the case, instead of simply waiting for special defining moments to randomly
happen to us, surely, we can do something more to create them, to be the authors of special moments for ourselves and others. This is the premise of
the book “The Power of Moments”
by Chris and Dan Heath; a great read for managers who want to make more memorable moments in their workplace. ..