10 Ways To Neutralize Toxic Energies In The Workplace

The 21st century is basking in change and no one is immune to the experience. Rather than buying in to the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA), it’s time to quit wishing the change won’t occur or resisting the opportunity to contribute. Resistance to change, lack of alignment to business and the lack of buy in,…

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your Success Right Now

Dr Seuss said it well, “why fit in when you were born to stand out?” Throughout Dr Seuss books, he taught us about everything like courage, gratitude and that anything is possible. His stories immersed the minds of many with endless possibilities. Embracing all aspects of yourself is far more pertinent today than ever before.…

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The Trap Of Authenticity

Authenticity has been reduced to a meaningless cliché. You hear it in discussions in various circles, see it as a popular meme on social media and thrown around as a mantra in metaphysical sanctuaries. It is overused and misunderstood. Of course, we all make a commitment to be truthful, sincere and genuine but somehow people…

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I Didn’t Sin – It Was My Envy-gasm

Have you ever seen a successful person cast with a spell over them? The glitz and the glamour, spewing glitter from every orifice. How did you feel? Let me introduce you to pleasure derived from some else’s misfortune –schadenfreude. Did you know that envy is registered in the mind like a real feeling of bodily…

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7 Life Lessons From A Near Death Experience

Two weeks ago, l nearly died. Not the airy fairy nearly died throw away comments, I’m talking about the 6-day Intensive Care Unit (ICU) stay that the universe had planned for me. I share this not for sympathy but as a wonderful reminder that no matter how well we are traveling, no matter our successes,…

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9 Ways For Leaders To Amplify Their Gratitude

When it comes to creating success, many fall into the trap of not seeing people. Qualities such as kindness, humor or physical appearance are often the first to be identified, yet the most magnetic trait is gratitude. In business, we are drawn to people who acknowledge our contributions. When leaders value gratitude, employees show their…

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10 Ways To Treat Your Career Like An Entrepreneur Would Treat Their Business

Everyone wants a slice of the entrepreneurial cake. Entrepreneurship has become so broad and common, it has permeated the walls of the traditional workplace. It’s the buzzword of the 21st century. Even more than that, it’s a mindset. It’s a belief that you can be the ground breaker like Richard Branson, the sleep revolutionist like Arianna…

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How Leaders Can Break Free From Mediocrity

Have you ever noticed that many people are walking head-down, going through the motions, looking down on their smart phones, mindlessly going about their day? So many of these people are sleeping, even when they’re moving. They’re living mediocre lives. Creating an environment of thinking small, being insignificant and choosing a world of mediocrity has…

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6 ways how leaders slaughter imagination and kill creativity in business

Creativity and creative problem solving are 21st century leadership skills. In today’s VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world, using collective imagination to develop solutions is more needed than ever. The risk of embracing imaginative responses is heightened as business will miss out on breakthrough ideas that can become innovations if the bar isn’t raised. Research…

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Social Media: The Thief Of Joy

Social media propels a comparison culture where we measure our success, self-worth and happiness through likes, emojis and comments. We measure, liken, contrast and mould our entire lives around comparison. As humans, we all make comparisons. Perhaps more so now than ever. Our world is governed by digital media. Social media constantly shows the highlight…

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