Learning to Silence the Mind

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Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Do you feel calmer? More conscious of your emotions, more in the moment, more relaxed? Can you focus on what you really want without worries intervening?

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Leadership lessons in how to fail well

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Leaders need to think about failure as a process we go through rather than an event to avoid at all costs.

 

I crashed my car recently. It was about 8 a.m. I was in a rush (what else is new?) to get to a meeting for a nonprofit I belong to. I learned how to drive in Thailand, so I’m rather proud of my driving reflexes — even pride myself on holding my own with the cab drivers in New York City. The car in front of me stopped. Unfortunately I didn’t.

The good news is that I emerged totally functional (or at least no more dysfunctional than usual). The other piece of good news is that the experience taught me some lessons on how to fail well. It taught me that we need to think about failure as a process we go through rather than an event to avoid at all costs.

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How A Coach Helped Me Double My Salary

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Deborah Gaines in her recent blog speak some truth in her post “How A Coach Helped Me Double My Salary” when she says: “I have a life coach. Among people I know, this is about as embarrassing as saying, “my nine-year-old isn’t toilet trained” or “I have an STD,” so you may be wondering why I am coming out with it.”…

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Expat Workshop Series | Culture Shock

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Expatriates, Human Resources and Relocation Professionals, how do you deal with the Expatriation and Repatriation Process of your family, your Talents and Clients?
Expatriates, Human Resources and Relocation Professionals, how do you deal with the Expatriation and Repatriation Process of your family, your Talents and Clients?

It takes a while for an expatriate to adjust to another culture, and it can be incredibly frustrating when assumptions about the similarities between western cultures are proven untrue.

How do you assist those high potential individuals and their families to strive, to bring a high ROI to your organization and to capitalize on the experience?

 

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