Self-Improvement

The Inevitability of Change
By June Stepansky · 1 week ago
“Everything changes. Nothing remains without change” –Buddha Change is Inevitable. Whether we suffer a painful loss, endure the breakup of a relationship or lose a job, we can never escape the consequences of change. Although ...
Medisuggestion – The Efficient Combination of Meditation and Autosuggestion
By Shlomo Agami · 3 days ago
For those who know how to use them, meditation and autosuggestion are efficient tools for influencing the mind and body. They are comprised of various techniques that impact the subconscious, and which partially overlap. This ...
Simple Complexity?
By Bruce Wilson · 1 week ago
Simple Complexity? Dr. Bruce Wilson “For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.”- H.L.Mencken Why do we try to eliminate complexity by trying to make things simple? Could simple ...
Happiness is a Dynamic Tool to Increase Productivity in The Workplace
By Bivash Panday · 2 weeks ago
Pursuing happiness in the workplace teaches employees how to turn any stressful situation into an inspiring learning experience to become productive. Researchers have discussed for decades how happiness can be defined, as it has been ...
"Respect people for who they are, not what they do," Dr. Burl Randolph, Jr.
By Asha Bajaj · 1 month ago
DrBurlRandolphJr; #InspiredNotRetired; #HardWork; #Preparedness; #Humility; #Fearlessness; #Selflessness; #Creativity; #Leadeshiip; #Mentorship; #SelfImprovement; #Relaxation; #SelfEvaluation Testimonial: "'Inspired, Not Retired' is the true embodiment of inspiration, enlightenment, and self-awakening," Asha Bajaj, editorial director, publisher, and marketing of Canadian-Media ...
What Our Organizations Need Right Now
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Our organizations are crying out for change. In response to the extraordinary events of the last year and a half, we have rare opportunities right now to meet this moment. One of these is by ...
Leaders Who Invite Awe Level Up
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
I admit to having had a recent “wake-up” call about awe. I learned that it doesn’t take much to have an experience of “awe,” and the benefits are long-lasting. Admittedly, up until recently, I underestimated ...
Trigger-Training 101
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Triggers. We all have them. None of us are entirely immune. I say “entirely” because we are not helpless. We can reduce the impact that triggers have on us as leaders. Triggers are events that ...
Global Leadership Learning from Hawaii
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Leadership is a way of life. It is an expression of our full nature and unique gifts. And it starts on the inside. The problem is that most of us are unaware of what is ...
Global Leadership Learning: Are You Intentional as a Leader?
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Prior to the pandemic, I loved traveling to remote places on the globe. One of the most interesting places was Bhutan, a fascinating, tiny country in Asia, just south of Tibet and north of India. ...
How to Become an Artful Leader
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
I enjoy challenging myself with visual art, appreciating the new perspectives it offers on our human condition. I especially enjoy the opportunity to experience a completely new art form. Many of you may have seen ...
Become a “Now” Kind of Leader
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
How does one live and lead in the now, while creating the future we desire? It’s really very simple; when we learn to be present in the now, to every sensation in this moment, we ...
Monkey-Mind Management 101
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Does your mind race all day long like a scampering monkey? Welcome to Monkey Mind! Are you aware that your brain is spontaneously generating approximately 2000 thoughts per hour or 24,000 thoughts per day? Just ...
Leadership Learning from Across the Globe
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
This week we feature leadership wisdom from an extraordinary young Rwandan woman, Nadine Niyitegeka. She is a staff member and graduate of The Akilah Institute for Women in Rwanda. Nadine is one of those remarkable ...
Why Your “Why” Matters in Leadership
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Whether you are a leader with teams to support you or a leader looking for a career change, knowing your purpose or “big why” is a power tool you want to have. It is a ...
Change your Day--Change your Life
By June Stepansky · 1 month ago
If you belong to that happy, lucky group of people in the world that like their lives just as they are than this article is not for you, but if you unfortunately belong to the ...
Karma - we get for what we do
By Siddhaguru Ramanananda Maharshi · 1 month ago
The Intro People should primarily know the mode of achieving contentment in life and attain higher spiritual and material standards. If not, their life would be miserable with full of hardships, alike who didn’t learn ...
Finding the Myth in the Diagnosis
By Abdulla Ahmad · 1 month ago
As a psychiatrist in training, I have the privilege of having an upfront and center seat to witnessing the human condition, in its different spectrums and expressions. The beauty of this role lies in its ...
The Pleasure Paradox
By Bruce Wilson · 1 month ago
The Pleasure Paradox Bruce Wilson, PhD “Pleasure is none if not diversified.”-John Donne Pleasure is not just confined to the self but also includes a regard to the pleasure of others. How do we seek ...
The Search for Meaning
By June Stepansky · 1 month ago
I recently read an article about Viktor Frankl 1905-1997 the Austrian psychiatrist and best selling author of the “Man's Search for Meaning.” He was an Auschwitz survivor who wrote this book after the war in ...