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The Power of Vulnerability – by Dr. Brene’ Brown


Vulnerability is not something we usually associate with being powerful.  Quite the opposite in fact.  Yet, it is indeed one of our greatest strengths as human beings.  It is where we connect the deepest with ourselves and others.  It perhaps is the core … Continue reading

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the brain, leadership and change


If you want leading edge research and implications about how the brain works, check out the official site for the emerging NeuroLeadership field, The Global Neuroleadership Summit .   What is Neuro Leadership you ask?   It is a new field of study fo­­cused … Continue reading

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about tiltability


Essentially everything in our universe strives to reach a state of Homeostasis or equilibrium.   This principle applies to single individual entities to massive complex systems either metabolically, physicaly, socially or psychologically.    Paradoxically, while the drive or equilibrium is ongoing, there are always some other forces tilting the … Continue reading

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tiltability


Essentially everything in our universe strives to reach a state of  homeostasis.  This applies to individual entities to massive complex systems either metabolically, physically, socially or psychologically.    Paradoxically, while the drive or equilibrium is ongoing, there are always some other forces tilting the system off-balance into a state of … Continue reading

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