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Values: The Engine for Your Choices.

Values: The Engine for Your Choices.

When I did my first values elicitation process 5-6 years ago I had not yet stumbled upon the term “soul’s values”. That first elicitation experience was helpful, but the value words that I ended up with on my piece of paper weren’t alive somehow. They felt like one of...

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Own it, or it will own you.

Own it, or it will own you.

I recently met up with a friend for a fika [feeka] - a hot chocolate on the pier - and a walk. It was a windy and ice cold day, but utterly gorgeous. Hat, gloves, and a thick coat and the wind still found its way through every layer. Even with gloves on, my fingers...

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An inspiring added benefit of Zoom?

An inspiring added benefit of Zoom?

I was introduced to a brilliant benefit of meeting via Zoom the other day. Clare Chapman, from Conscious Finance, mentioned in our weekly Zoom group call that seeing yourself on camera is an opportunity to get to know yourself better. We get to "zoom out" and see...

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What is your truth beneath the snow?

What is your truth beneath the snow?

Every so often I receive newsletters from ScandiKitchen in London. These newsletters are high-spirited, fun, and quirky, and they always share interesting facts, idioms, and phrases through which we learn more about “Scandis” and the Scandinavian ways. In this week’s...

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6 Habits of Soulful Leaders

6 Habits of Soulful Leaders

In my most recent post, Perfectly Paired – Leadership for our times!, I wrote about the book Perfectly Paired and attributes of soulful leadership. Since I work with soulful leadership, I was inspired to search for the terms “soulful leader” and “soulful leadership”...

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If you weren’t afraid, what would you commit to today?

If you weren’t afraid, what would you commit to today?

You know how we sometimes say that by avoiding making a decision or making a choice, there is no decision or choice made... There's no such thing. We've still made a choice. The choice of not making a decision. The uncomfortable, yet very exciting truth is that this...

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