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Navigating Through Life - Pulling Back to Move Forward

Navigating Through Life – Pulling Back to Move Forward

Life has always had its twists and turns. There are few straight lines. Even simplicity has rules, but our instructions are changing – we are in flux again. As we determine what’s next, the previous “practice social distancing” mandate has lessened. A Harvard Business Review article, Make Time for “Me Time”, emphasized that there is …

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The Big Event

The Big Event

Over the past several decades, a growing number of authors have given various names to the profound changes occurring in our world. There has been a consistent movement toward transformative change, which clearly points to a paradigm shift. I believe we all feel it, whether we recognize it or not. It’s having a seismic effect …

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Tough Skills™

Tough Skills™

Remember the days when we defined everything related to business and work in purely academic terms? Sure you do. Who isn’t disenchanted with data-filled reports that are impressive but fail to touch the strings that create the music? Today, heart-based language – for example, consciousness, mindfulness and self-awareness – has been added to the mix …

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Well-Being

Well-Being

As we look back over this past year, we have had to redefine or reconfigure just about everything. Because of the upheavals, we are speaking more about well-being than ever before. There are extra layers of concern around well-being that, for many, has already been front and center. It doesn’t matter how you are described …

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Phases

Phases

As Nina Simone soulfully sang “everything must change, nothing stays the same, everyone will change no one, no one stays the same …” Caterpillars naturally remind us of what’s next – an intricate, miraculously natural process of change and transformation. “To become a butterfly, a caterpillar first digests itself. But certain groups of cells survive, …

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