I recently watched an interview on YouTube that felt earth-shattering. It was the personal story of a young prostitute called Kelly. Her horrific story, described in a largely emotionless voice, impacted me and many others greatly.
In this interview Nathan shares his journey from frustrated, substance-abusing employee to inspiring leadership coach, consultant speaker and author. His clients have improved business revenues by 46% and increased personal salaries by 42% all the way up to 427%
If you've ever watched a YouTube or Instagram video by some popular social media influencer, you've probably witnessed cyber-bullying.
The International Bill of Human Rights does not enforce rights, it indicates them. It holds us to a basic standard of compassion. But it requires that we hold those we place in power, fully accountable for the enactment of those rights.
In this interview Wendy Keir - Mentor and Coach, talks about how she struggled in business for eight years until she finally had a huge realisation. That unlessl she changed her money-mindset from one of lack, to one of prosperity, she could not be successful in her business.
We all have parts of ourselves that want to behave badly and get away with it. We have judgemental thoughts and biases. We are full of prejudices and presumptions. We want to be paid attention to and heard, sometimes even when we're at our most unreasonable. Perhaps especially, when we're at our most unreasonable.
Grief and loss are deeply distressing emotions to experience. Yet even beneath their intensity, there are gifts available to us. We access them when we're ready and when we're fully able to embrace them.
If your trust foundations are rocky, your ability to trust others may be inconsistent and unstable.
How can we make leaving feel like a blessing rather than a rejection? Well, there are several ways and I've listed a few of them here.
Intensity can be mistaken for feelings of connection because the force is so strong. Yet intensity doesn't necessarily lead to intimacy or even to real pleasure.
We all handle rejection differently. For some of us, it appears to slide off us, like water off a duck's back. For others, rejection can be held onto like the world's longest grudge. How then do we deal with rejection when it comes to our business relationships?
Workplaces can be full of petty politics and crab in a barrel syndrome. Here are a few scenarios that demonstrate the point and a few tips on how to deal with them.
What better time for you fellas who claim to be menimists (that's male feminists for those in the know) to get out your Gillettes and scented sensitive foam and start trimming those pits.
It’s understandable, you really want to make the sale (or become prime minister) so you get a little carried away with the porky pies. Hey, everyone lies in marketing, right? So what’s one or 20 little lies in the scheme of things?
Could Epstein have become so overwhelmed with shame, guilt and remorse that he took his own life?
We’ve all told a few porky pies on our résumés in our search to find the perfect position. I know I have. The stakes get higher, however, the more prominent the position.