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Perception

Why a simple misperception may lie at the root of our current challenges

We now know the way we develop leaders is flawed. We spend $385BN globally on leadership development and yet never have we seemed to want real leadership more, yet wanted the leaders we have less. Today, whatever domain you choose to examine (e.g. business, geopolitics, equality, our environment) all is clearly not well. The reasons …

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Cartesian Questions

How René Descartes can help you arrive at a better answer

The quality of our results is governed by the quality of the questions we ask of ourselves and others. But what makes a question a quality question? More often than not, it’s a question that:  Activates personal introspection, a journey inwards. Encourages personal reflection, an honest look at ourselves in the mirror. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, …

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How Heart Rate Variance makes a bridge between the heart and the brain

‘Story follows state’ is the intrinsic truth of our human condition. Our modern life presents more and more situations that cause us to activate our stress response cycle. We often think we are at the mercy of circumstance and have little choice or self-agency over our stress levels. The good news is that that is …

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