“The wound is the place where the light enters you.” ~Rumi TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains discussions of difficult topics, including suicidal depression and a fatal car accident. I’ve always been an active, athletic person. In my twenties I was huge in tennis, squash, and swimming, and I began every morning with an intense workout
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Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling to halt the OSHA test-or-vaccinate mandate for businesses clearly signaled that leaders are back in the hot seat when it comes to responsibility for deciding on vaccination requirements for their workforces. And more are choosing to do just that. The Supreme Court Ruling On January 13th, the U.S. Supreme
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On this episode, we chat about our daily habits—especially the ones we’re actively tracking and moving toward implementing. Topics covered include: The habit tracker we use (and recommend) The daily habits we track The cues that trigger our habits—and how to implement more of them Links mentioned in this episode: You can listen (and subscribe)
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Now, more than any other time period, conventional ideas about relationships and romantic partners are being challenged. There has been a rise in ethical non-monogamy and polygamous relationships. There has also been a decline in traditional marriage. More people are rejecting the traditional marriage set-up, in order to pursue career success, or simply not settling
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Organizational cultures that include DE&I as a core value and business consideration are currently winning the talent game—and that’s by design. Research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) shows that listening to the voice of employees and maintaining a strong purpose, culture, and brand are key. This applies to all employee cohorts, but it’s
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Our brilliant Productivity Ninja Hayley Watts is an Expert Facilitator and is leading the way with our new workshop ‘Expert Facilitation‘. But what actually is Facilitation? And how can it help your people? We asked Hayley that very same question… What is Facilitation? I think it’s a bit like ice skating, when it’s done well,
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