Yesterday I met up with a friend, peer, and inspiration.   Our conversation quickly turned to self-love in regards to physical, emotional, and mental health, as she was bravely recovering and rebuilding herself, and noted that much of her “pain” was due to her immense desire to serve others. Now when I say serve others, I…

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Without trustworthy leadership, there is no engagement, without engagement there is no innovation, without innovation, there is no advancement, without advancement, the organization dies. Leadership, since the 70s, has marched us slowly, and consistently into a trust crisis. I believe this crisis is just the pain we need to move us up and out of…

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Change is the constant that so many constantly fight believing that they know how to win the battle, all the while remaining blind to the fact that change is there to guide you towards a deeper understanding of who you are and why. You must let go and trust your heart, allowing it to guide…

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My purpose in life is to empower other people to navigate their life journey so as to step into their brilliance.  A crucial aspect of this purpose is to be conscious of myself, and thus lead myself and others in an intentionally conscious manner. Here are 5 things conscious leaders do every day to ensure…

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Whether I am leading a workshop for emerging leaders, or facilitating a university classroom discussion, the room is full of generation Z, and technology, along with the desire to see and be seen. One of the biggest “tells” regarding this desire is linked directly to how quickly something can be uploaded and viewed/shared with another…

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As reported in Scientific American, a series of studies conducted by Geraint Rees, a professor at the Wellcome Trust Center for Neuroimaging at University College London— the world’s leading fMRI center, established that differences in the morphology, or shape, of our brains are mirrored in differences in the way we consciously experience and apprehend the…

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Unless we consciously choose to go inward so as to know ourselves, we will continue to miss out on the development of our purpose, self-confidence, and self-compassion.  And when we fail to know ourselves we are less likely to be empathetic, which in turn means we will fail to develop trustworthy relationships at work and…

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