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Truth, Beauty & Goodness — Shared Values to Live By

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Today, we celebrate the U.S. federal holiday honouring Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1963, this visionary ecumenical leader and equal rights activist penned the famous “I Have a Dream…” speech, Read more »

Reflect & Redirect — From Doing to Undoing

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Each January, in order to take stock of how I am choosing to live my life, I take time to reflect on the past and present, and potentially redirect myself for the future. Read more »

Integration — Complementary Skills for Healthy Change

This blog is one of a three-part series on the health impacts of integration (wholeness) in our self-esteem, relationships and ability to enact meaningful change in our lives.

Each of us is the next step in evolution along the lineage created by our two
parents. Our higher purpose on earth can be found by recognizing what our
parents accomplished and where they left off. By reconciling what they gave
us with what they left us to resolve, we can get a clear picture of who we are
and what we are meant to do
[be].    James Redfield Read more »

Integration — Complementary Skills for Healthy Self-Esteem

This blog is one of a three-part series on the health impacts of integration (wholeness) in our self-esteem, relationships and ability to enact meaningful change in our lives.

Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.     Pema Chodron

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Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

As Chodron implies, if we choose to remain unconscious about how we express our thoughts, words and behaviours, we can find ourselves living in an adult body but navigating life with a juvenile mind. Read more »

Integration ­— Complementary Skills for Healthy Relationships

This blog is one of a three-part series on the health impacts of integration (wholeness) in our self-esteem, relationships and ability to enact meaningful change in our lives.
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Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

To know oneself is to know life.

The ancient Greek and Egyptian aphorism “Know Thyself” was inscribed on the Temple of Apollo at Delphi and interpreted by Plato (428-348 BC) as symbolizing this truth — when we know ourselves we know what it is to be human.

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Virtuous Organizations Love People and Use Things

People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used.  The reason
the world is in chaos is because things are being loved 
and people are being
used.    
Unknown

friendsIf we did a global poll on the above quotation, I suspect the majority vote would favour it as the truth. Read more »

Dos and Don’ts to Make Your Business Fit the 21st Century

If your business feels like it’s stuck in the past, now is the best time to modernise it. Every time you put off work that needs to be done, you halt your business’s progress. That’s no way to run your business, so think again about what you can do differently. Fitting your business for the 21st century is necessary, but not easy. However, it can be done, and here are some key dos and don’ts to consider. Read more »

Vanquish External Business Risks to Achieve Internal Harmony

We’ve all heard businesses being compared to well-oiled machines, which alludes to the idea that great and happy businesses exist because of their underlying culture. However, how you deal with external challenges is what creates that internal harmony in business. You need to reduce risks from every world to excel in all of them. Read more »

Drivers of Change — Health and Harmony 

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Image courtesy of iosphere / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

For several decades, individuals, organizations and economies juggled the increasing impacts of global forces in their attempts to both understand and capitalize on these disruptive changes. As the dust from this chaos begins to settle, research suggests the following four drivers of change emerged as paramount for health and harmony. Read more »

Inside-Out Change – Our True Contribution to Life 

helen-costumeAdults or kids alike, many of us enjoy dressing up on Hallowe’en in our superhero or super funny costumes. Dress-up is a wonder-filled way to activate the imagination by pretending we are someone or something else. Not only do we get to be experimental and try out new behaviours, but we can do so in relatively safe circumstances with family and friends. Read more »

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