Lead with joy and gratefulness

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The ultimate goal for most of us is simply to be happy. What makes us happy differs greatly from individual to individual. An old saying goes that money cannot buy happiness but too often people believe that material goods are the key to satisfaction. Read More

Taking small steps to make a powerful impact

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The way we treat the earth reflects who we are as human beings. That is why I believe strongly in organic farming and sustainability. For too long, we have treated the planet as a garbage receptacle. In the same way, many people do the same to their bodies when choosing what to eat. Read More

Lead with clarity

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I recently came across a philosophy called “The Four Agreements” that is discussed in a book by Don Miguel Ruiz. Basically, the philosophy argues that all children are born happy, loving and genuine. It is when they are taught other concepts by adults, that behaviour changes, often in a negative way. Read More

Don’t be afraid to share your failures

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Those at the top of the management food chain are usually admired. We look at them as high achievers, people who are extremely intelligent and hardworking. But for those who are working below such people, a feeling of resentment can also pop up and cause gridlock in the entire organization. Read More

A New Year’s wish to grow social consciousness

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23 mar 2018

As we close out yet another year, many people take stock of their accomplishments and what they would like to achieve in the future. Others feel gratitude for their place in the world. While I am proud of my successes, I do feel more comfortable counting my blessings. Read More

Create a work culture infused with love

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“Work is love made visible. And if you can’t work with love, but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple and take alms of the people who work with joy.” ― Khalil Gibran Read More