Category: Change Management

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You and the Universe

Rhonda Byrne in the Secret Newsletter the other day wrote the following: Your job is you and only you. When you are working in harmony with the law, no-one can come between you and the Universe. However if you think another person can get in the way of what you

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Buddhism – being busy

I get a daily newsletter with Buddhist quotes. Hence I like to collect the most inspiring ones and put them in my blog. Similar to what I did with Balamadana back in the days. Most quotes have been in my draft folder for a few months, if not years. So

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Human Needs

This week I continued to listen to the mp3 of Anthony Robbins, and the six basic human needs: 1. Certainty/Comfort. 2. Variety. 3. Significance. 4. Connection/Love. 5. Growth. 6. Contribution. Having worked with my coach for a few week, and had another coaching session this week, I realise that these

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Nudge

In this weekend’s FT I read about Richard Thaler who wrote a book called “Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness“. Of course I ordered it straight away. Since I did not know who Richard Thaler was, I had a look. He is the Ralph and Dorothy Keller Distinguished

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cb consulting London

I have been asked over the last few days, what cb consulting really is? What am I doing as a marketing and management consultant? It is both a playing field for SEO and web design but also my first own company. I founded it not short of 2 years ago

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Managing Stress (2)

I want to complete the story about managing stress which I started on Wednesday. How do we cope and manage stress so it does not affect our health nor our life style? I guess one thing is the perception and your internal attitude towards things. E.g. researchers still speak about

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