Category Archives for Personal Development

It’s Time To Rethink Leadership Development: Building Momentum For A Leadership Culture

Leadership excellence is fundamental to the health and performance of an organisation. Leadership development, however, in most cases is a costly affair. It therefore warrants careful consideration of what organisations hope to achieve when they invest in leadership development. If the point of departure is to help people excel as highly competent individuals, then the […]

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Mind, Body, Spirit Healing–Putting It into Practice

Modern Medicine promotes the belief that health and wellness is a crap shoot, genetically driven and at best, pure luck. If the roll of the dice isn’t in your favor or your genetic make-up has been doomed six generations back, or luck runs out, Modern Medicine has a magic pill, chemical bomb or simply cutting […]

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Understanding Words – An End to Conflicts and Anger

Words are our main form of communication. Words have the greatest power to make us happy or sad, aggravated or elated. How can something that has no actual material reality have such a powerful effect over us emotionally and physically? Here is a very old thought that gives an idea of how we can release […]

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Harnessing the Phenomenal Power of the Human Mind

The human race has an exceptional phenomenal power of the human mind. When it is properly used, you will achieve greater heights in your life. Harnessing this great ability of the human mind will provide its full potential, and you will be brighter and smarter in every endeavor that you are going to take or […]

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Traditional Intelligence Versus Emotional Intelligence

When I was at school intelligence was measured by the mark you achieved in a history test or a maths test. Some classmates were super intelligent and they did not seem to have to work at anything. But there are times when I meet exceptionally clever people who seem scatterbrained and slightly eccentric. As I […]

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Is Emotional Intelligence Over Rated?

When Daniel Goleman popularized emotional intelligence in 1995, he argued provocatively that “it can matter more than IQ.” But just as I found with salespeople, every study comparing the two has shown the opposite. In Joseph and Newman’s comprehensive analysis, cognitive ability accounted for more than 14% of job performance. Emotional intelligence accounted for less than 1%. […]

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Bone Broth Soup

  Bone broth is a flavorful liquid made by boiling the bones of just about any vertebrate you can think of (typically poultry, beef, bison, lamb, or fish) in water for an extended period of time (typically anywhere from 4 hours to 40 hours!).  Often vegetables and herbs are added (typically carrots, onion, celery, garlic […]

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