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3 months ago

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Life throws all sorts of experience at us, and we get to choose how to react. We can choose to be hopeful in the down times, choose to be happy, or not, and that's okay

Know the sun may set, but that it always rises again

Mindful practise, and development, helps us build resilience, and enables us to better see how we react to our environment, and our experiences

With hope comes happiness

Choose hope, choose happiness

#hopeherenow #nakedleader

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3 months ago

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Been feeling like a sloth today?.. That’s okay

Perhaps we could learn a thing or two from sloths, to stop rushing, to take it a little slower (although, perhaps not that slow)

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#internationalslothday #sloth #takeitslow #takeyourtime

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3 months ago

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'Simplicity Made Real' - Naked Leader Week

Inspired by a recently received marketing e-mail, which included these immortal words:

‘As you know, digital measurement is the backbone of any digital transformation journey and starting with individual campaigns can build to enterprise-level business shifts.’

This is a sort of uber-jargon, expressed in such an Orwellian, dead-pan tone that it is not even funny.

Almost every company talks about simplicity. So easy to discuss, so much harder to do. Here are 4 Actions that go from ‘tricky’ to ‘fiendishly hard’:

How brave are you?

1: Bring meetings, projects and conversations back to outcomes.

2: Arrive at the point.

3: Never use a word that is not understandable by a ten year old child.

4: Every time you hear an acronym that you think someone in the room might not understand ask what that acronym means – my daughter Olivia did this and there was disagreement amongst those present what the acronym actually meant!

With my love and best wishes



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