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Blowing in the Wind

“You don’t need a weatherman to see which way the wind blows” Bob Dylan There seems to be a lot of ‘wind’ blowing in all directions at present; including a...

Humility, Resilience and a Dream

“Far better to live your own path imperfectly than to live another’s perfectly.” Bhagavad Gita Staying committed to a dream requires many attributes. Humility, resilience and alignment with who you...

Turbulence in the system – Riding the waves of uncertainty.

"The flapping of the wings of a butterfly can be felt on the other side of the world .” Chinese Proverb. In these times of uncertainty, it seems that one...
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Regeneration –  Forging Your Own Paths out of Duality

“In times of uncertainty, the most difficult thing to do is to stop searching for detours”.   Toko-Pa Turner.For many it may seem that much has been taken away since January...

‘Unfolding’ – your journey to embrace who you are

As some parts of the world start to reopen - I refer to the travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand - and lockdown laws are, for the most part,...

Conversation – the bigger picture, a bigger purpose.

Conversation - real conversation, where reflection, respect and deep listening occurs is something I feel is needed at this pivotal time in our lives. This has been a recurring theme...

Global Cosmopolitans

What a great shift in thinking! And what opportunities for this generation to help reshape’ perceived boundaries, with borderless thinking. The world is an oyster to a growing number of...

Invent, Reinvent, Thrive

You’ve heard it all before. The world is changing. Nothing stays the same. Change is the only constant. One thing does stay the same. Solving complex problems and creating fresh...

Leadership Inside-Out: Compassionate Courage

Monica Sharma, M.D., an international expert and practitioner on leadership development for sustainable and equitable change, talks of the need for a conscious full-spectrum model which simultaneously solves problems, shifts...

Simplicity and Complexity

Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. ~ Alan Perlis ~ How do we know when we are bumping up against edges of complexity? … Normally, when our old and...