The ‘International Coaching Federation’, ICF defines coaching as partnering with individuals in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. Coaches honor the coachee as the expert in… Read More »What is Coaching?
The true meaning of being rich is to be rich in giving and appreciating and be in possession of certain virtues. If you possess these qualities already you are on your way to success and prosperity. We enumerate these qualities for the benefit of those… Read More »Positive Qualities Needed for Success
Why is it so difficult to uncover our life goals? Biology has an answer. Mind: The seat of logic and intellect. However the unconscious mind directs around 90% of behaviors. Our mind provides us with logic and reasoning to examine our strengths and pitfalls. We… Read More »Your Mind, Heart and Gut Are Your Compass
There is no magic wand to turn you into an extraordinary leader. There are no shortcuts. Private Leadership precedes Public Leadership. Don’t be fooled; you can’t lead others unless you can lead yourself first. You need to change — to what your cause and purpose… Read More »Self-Mastery: The Key To Extraordinary Leadership
There are many ways we seek comfort in life. We can find it in a warm bubble bath, vegging out on the couch with no obligations, or cuddling with a dog. A new study however, shows that our desire for comfort could be holding us… Read More »Embrace Discomfort If You Want To Grow:
Lately I was reading a very interesting article by Dr. Jill Suttie; her passion for science, positive psychology, and social psychology fueles her interest in finding what promotes well-being in people. If we want to live a long, healthy life as we age, it’s important to keep… Read More »The Four Keys Of Well-Being:
A new paper by Berkeley Haas Prof. Jennifer Chatman and colleagues shows not only the profound impact narcissistic leaders have on their organizations, but also the long-lasting damage they inflict. Like carriers of a virus, narcissistic leaders “infect” the very cultures of their organizations, the… Read More »Narcissistic Leaders And Corporate Culture:
In an article originally published on The Conversation by Lis Ku, work, and leisure both contribute to well-being—but there’s another important source of happiness, too. Finding the right work-life balance is by no means a new issue in our society. But the tension between the… Read More »Work-Life Balance & A Happy Life?