Bill Fox

Is this you?


“When I walk around the corporations I work with, what strikes me is how busy people’s minds are. It is very difficult to get people’s full attention.” ~Sandra Krot

When I reflect on my past work of leading software development projects and corporate transformations, this quote teleports me right back to that time.


My mind was a constant buzz—dancing back and forth while I tried to juggle a dozen or more priorties while trying to get work done.

The relentless interruptions—emails, meetings, calls, unexpected events... an endless list.

There was never enough time to get it all done. It was a constant rebalancing and replanning to get the most important things done.

Then there was all the other stuff that happens in even the best of workplace environments that threatens to sabotage your state of mind and well being.

What would it mean if you could turn down the volume on all this activity?

What if that unsupportive comment from another co-worker in front of your boss didn’t start an endless loop in your mind?

This is all possible.

I've experienced it.

If you're not there yet, there's a good chance that our latest interview with Sandra Krot will help you see the paradigm of how the mind actually works.

If you'd like to know more about my own experience and any of the other insights we've uncovered in our interviews, just send me a message to start a conversation.

To your great work life & success!

Bill Fox, Co-founder at CONTAINER13 & Exploring Forward-Thinking Workplaces™

Read the interview here:

Are you in the paradigm, or not?


Sandra Krot

Interview Highlights

A few of the things you’ll discover in our conversation with Sandra Krot:
  • Are most of us living a false paradigm of how the mind works?
  • What truly causes what we experience and feel?
  • How to naturally become a better listener
  • Why it’s so difficult to get attention in the workplace
  • What blocks us from asking more questions
  • Why we make so many assumptions
  • Why it’s important to look beyond state of mind
Read the interview here:

Are you in the paradigm, or not?


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