“If there’s ever a tomorrow when we’re not together, there’s something you should remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is, even if we’re apart, I’ll always be with you.” ~A.A. Milne Two years ago, I was anticipating a monumental shift.
High-performance organization embrace a holistic, “whole person” approach to employee well-being, widening focus beyond physical and mental health to a bigger, more inclusive picture. New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and Rob Cross, professor at Babson College, shows that these leading organizations look holistically at a combined six key elements that combine
Provinces like British Columbia, Alberta and New Brunswick have announced plans to re-open restaurants after closing them in mid-March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Owners are eager to open their doors to the public as the COVID-19 outbreak has caused massive profit losses in the restaurant industry. In fact, new data collected by Ipsos
I hope one day I can look in the mirror and see myself for who I really am. I want to look into my own eyes and see more than my loneliness. I want to look at my crooked smile and not be disgusted. I want to stand up straight and feel like the way
“Home is not a place, it’s a feeling.” ~Cecilia Ahern This post is written by three people from different parts of the world who came together to share their story of family estrangement and their choice not to reconcile. To the outside world, it seemed none of us were neglected. Our parents were well-educated. We
With hair salons shut down due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, now is the perfect time to give your hair a break from damage. However, that doesn’t mean you should stop treating your hair completely. There are several easy DIY tricks you can use to keep your hair shiny and strong. READ MORE: Hair salons
When’s the last time you stopped and asked yourself how you’re feeling? Seems like it’s been a while, huh? I can relate. Throughout our lifetime, we’ve been conditioned to ask others how they’re feeling without taking that dialogue and turning it inward. For the past 25 years, I’ve been like you. I am a giver,
“Imagine if we obsessed about the things we loved about ourselves.” ~Unknown I used to have a plaque with this quote prominently displayed in my waiting room. Sadly, it’s somehow gotten misplaced over the years. What I remember most about the plaque was how it engaged, or disengaged, the people who noticed it. Did they
It’s hard to say what makes you perfect for someone else, but the Myers-Briggs personality test comes pretty close to it by pinpointing the most compatible combinations of 16 personality types. All the various personality types are created based on whether someone is (I) introverted or (E) extroverted and whether they are led more by
Within minutes two articles appeared on my desktop this weekend. One declared The office as we knew it is dead and described how the “coronavirus crisis has proved that companies can remain productive over Zoom,” and that remote work will become more common than ever. It cited CEOs from big companies like Morgan Stanley and
Tiolúwani Aderibigbe recently finished an undergraduate degree in global development at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont. While the 22-year-old previously had summer placements the last two years, this year there are no jobs open in her field that she can find, even with a degree. It’s likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she says. Aderibigbe
The world can be a scary place if you dwell in the fear of the unknown and allow poor behavior from others. It is imperative for each and every one of us to understand the ins and outs of who we are and who we can become. Our inner strength is meant to be tested—make
“Don’t trade your authenticity for approval.” ~Unknown As a nice person, I am often conflicted because sometimes I don’t enjoy being nice. Sometimes I act nice out of moral obligation or because I’m trying to be consistent with my perceived identity. Do you view yourself as “nice”? Do others describe you as “nice”? Do you
For the first time in Princeton University’s 274-year history, the school has named a Black valedictorian. Montreal native Nicholas Johnson will hold this honour on behalf of the outgoing class of 2020, the ivy league institution announced in a recent press release. Johnson, who majors in operations research and financial engineering says he feels empowered.
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Our thoughts have all the power in the world. It has the ability to destroy our potential or build it—that’s how much power is within our mind. Every day, we have various thoughts, jumping from one to the next. When we’re happy, our thoughts are focused on finding evidence for why we feel bliss, joy,
As you may know, I’m a huge fan of free online summits that bring together inspiring healers and teachers who can help us cultivate presence and strengthen our resilience. With this in mind, I’m excited to invite you to Practicing in the Midst, a FREE, live online event taking place on May 11th and 12th.
As we plan for an eventual return to work, executives need to recognize that the glue that holds organizations together is not the corporate headquarters or physical offices. It’s the more invisible qualities of purpose, culture, and brand. The interconnectedness of these three elements has always existed, but this equation needs to be carefully managed