Posts Tagged ‘JosieThomson’

Leading from the High Road Less Travelled

 Four Steps to Wise Leadership Have you ever wondered what makes a good leader – the type of leader that naturally elicits results, trust, respect and commitment? What does it take to be more than a transactional leader… to become a transformational leader? This book, to be published by Columbia University Press this September,…

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Real Well-being

 With the rapid pace of change and the use of technology reaching unprecedented levels, it’s not surprising that our own ‘systems’ – our brain and our body – aren’t quite keeping up, threatening our sense of real well-being. This month I explore what’s really going on and what you can do to better handle…

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Rising from the Falls of Life

Just in this past two weeks I have known tragedy and loss, fraud and disappointment, shame and isolation, depression and despair, aloneness and regret, pain and defeat, sadness and grief. In spite of and despite all this, I have also known kindness and generosity of spirit, compassion and humility, love and care, encouragement and hope. …

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Giving thanks

One of my greatest tips for increasing your ‘happiness quotient’ is to practice mindful gratitude. We must realize that we really don’t need ‘more’. We just need to appreciate what we have. It’s a beautiful and bittersweet way of thinking all at once. We may not have what we want right now, but we still…

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Thrive and Shine

If we want to thrive in life, we need to take a good hard look in the mirror and then take small, consistent steps to self-correct if necessary.   One trap I often see in my work is believing and insisting that life is simply too hard and too unfair. The truth is, it’s as…

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