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Category: Leadership

Thinking Time: Your Key to Creativity and Business Success

Creativity is something we usually associate with artists as they are the ones in whom our human need of expressing ourselves is powerful. However, the truth is that we’re all naturally creative, regardless of the profession. Even the Oxford dictionary doesn’t limit the creativity to certain types of work. It says that creativity is “the…

Free Advice On How to Build a Healthy Business That Lasts

A few months ago, I wrote about why teams require vision, mission, and values to be cohesive and high-performing. And how as a team leader, you need to live and breathe them so that the team follows you. The same principles apply when you are a solopreneur running or just starting your business.  As a…

The Anatomy of Change 3/3: How Successful Leaders Implement Change in 5 Simple Steps.

Welcome to week 3 of the Anatomy of Change series! “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead By now, we have Cracked the Change Code and understand why we tend to fear change. Moreover, we also know…

The Anatomy of Change 2/2: The Power of Leading Yourself thru CHANGE

Hi, there! Can you imagine it’s already June? I can’t. The time flies so fast, bringing changes in nature all around us. Last week we talked in detail about the human brain, which explained why we humans fear something as unavoidable as change. If you missed this article, click here to catch up This week…

Anatomy of Change Series 1/3: Why Do We fear Something Unavoidable?

Google says that we live on the planet that has been evolving over 4.543 billion years. From slow evolutionary changes, through faster seasonal, to even faster human-driven ones (industrial, technology, medicine & other sciences, or social movements); change is all around us. “Change is the law of life and those who look only to the…

The Hidden Strength of Highly Successful Leaders that You Can Start Developing Today

A highly successful leader is like an iceberg. What you see is only 10% of their power, the other 90%, it’s real core, is invisible to the eye. This invisible power was described by Daniel Goleman in 1995 in his book Emotional Intelligence. Numerous studies on most effective leaders discovered that Emotional Intelligence (EI) skills…

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