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On Integrity

On Integrity

I come from a line of strong, powerful women. My grandmother brought up her siblings after her own mother died very young, and she married a man from a poor family even though this was almost impossible in those days. To paint this picture better, her own father...

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On Disappointment

On Disappointment

“What you decide to do with your disappointment will determine whether you are good or evil”. I do not know the author. But it makes lot of sense. Word disappointment literally means to be “removed from the office”. It brings with it a feeling of an outcome that we...

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Who do you work for?

Who do you work for?

In one of his famous speeches, Jack Ma, co-founder of Alibaba, said: “when you are young, work in a small company. In big companies you learn processes. In small companies you learn visions, dreams.” When I look back, I realize I was lucky to...

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Being content vs being grateful

Being content vs being grateful

A good friend told me recently: “You know, maybe my boyfriend is right. Maybe I should just relax and enjoy life instead of constantly pursuing different goals.” I thought about what she said for a while. You have been for sure faced with the same dilemma...

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who is your mentor?

who is your mentor?

Mentors in your life come in different forms. Sometimes you recognize them instantly, sometimes the relationship will develop only after some time. With some you will understand they have been mentoring you only once they are already gone. However one thing is mutual...

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Pam Grout: Joy is our natural state

Pam Grout: Joy is our natural state

Here is the full interview with New York times best selling author, Pam Grout. (for the ones who are interested in Pam, here is link to my previous blog about her. Ana: Pam, we’ve met in 2014. in your first ever 2 day workshop in Bern, so I decided this...

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Do you have your space?

Do you have your space?

If you ever went to see a theatre play, you observe relations between characters through time and space. You see different scenes and different times and you get the storyline. In real life, we do the same – space and time are two dimensions that determine...

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Resilience

Resilience

Recently I came across the studies done by John Cacioppo, Ph.D., at Ohio State University. He showed that the brain reacts more strongly to stimuli it perceives as negative. There is a greater surge in electrical activity. That means our attitudes are more...

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How I met Pam Grout

How I met Pam Grout

Since I am preparing an interview with a Pam Grout (you know Pam for sure, she is a New York times best selling author, wrote E-squared, E-cubed and Thank and Grow Rich), I will give you here a small background of how I got to know her in the first place....

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