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Five things to remember when reading a map

It was Alford Korzybski that stated, “A map is not the territory it represents, but if correct, it has a similar structure to the territory, which accounts for its usefulness.” What this means is that our perception of reality is … Continue reading

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How many steps to the great leap forward?

“Happiness can be found in even the darkest of places, if only one remembers to turn on the light” – Dumbledore Self esteem can be described as the respect one has for oneself – so low self-esteem is a lonely … Continue reading

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Losing sleep at night? Find out about the power of expressive writing

It has been proven that when people write about difficult experiences or emotional upheaval it improves their health, not least by enabling them to sleep better. The relationship between expressive writing and wellness was discovered by Dr. James Pennebaker in the … Continue reading

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Live every day as if your hair were on fire

This Zen phrase says that you should live each moment fully, as though it may be your last. Leave no room for regret, hesitation, or fear. Be focussed, be courageous. We are able to consciously use the creative power of the … Continue reading

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Fisher with combats on the pontoon

Recently I was invited to participate in a resilience session ahead of an organisational restructuring and consulted on what could be covered in that session. The change curve was proposed. I suggested that if I saw another change curve I … Continue reading

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