We are all living filled lives, but are they full lives? Busy is gettingg me annoyed these days. Busy is bad for business.
All I can think of this week is how happy I am that another school year as a working mum is pausing. I need to reset my domino.
I thought I was going to a musical, but Matilda was there to remind me some key life lessons. Life is not fair, it is important to stand up for yourself and others and sometimes you have to be just a little bit naughty!
In an interesting manner, reunion weekend threw me a bit off track, just to show me what track I was in. How much authenticity can I cope with?
I spent 2 days learning at HBS (Harvard Business School) about leadership, authenticity and happiness Reunion brings alumni together engaging the mind!
Over the last year I have realized how a working mother’s average physical health can have a strong impact on my mental health. They are intertwined.
Decluttering is the first step for growth. Decluttering from stuff, people or goals has allowed me to make space for opportunity and growth.
What many may fail to realize, is not that Millennials have different passions these days, and money does not matter. People just accumulate earlier a broader set of passions that perhaps has only hit previous generations on their 50s.
Growth creates one of the most difficult mindset issues in a leader. It only happens when you go beyond delegation and let go. Why?