Month: April 2020

“And when I thought ‘I can’t go on,’ the universe expanded, mother earth hummed and the moon whispered, ‘Yes, you can’.” ~Wicked Words Heartbreak. The feeling that so many of us would pay big (BIG) money to skip through. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard (and heard myself say), “I just want
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How do you motivate a remote team and lead them to feel empowered, autonomous, trusted to work with flexibility and retain the same level of productivity?  All of which ultimately feeds into a virtuous circle of higher engagement, motivation, wellbeing and productivity. Many people today are screaming for empowerment, autonomy and flexibility from their jobs.
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65% of organizations have dedicated teams or task forces in place charged with return to the workplace strategy Nearly all employers are planning for a phased return to the workplace and staggered schedules; 63% will provide employees who have childcare responsibilities with special consideration and enhanced flexibility Many in the media and in governments at
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Health care for those with female reproductive organs often involves in-person visits as doctors screen for cervical cancer, test for sexually transmitted infections and monitor pregnancies. As the spread of the coronavirus has pushed health-care providers to quickly adapt to telemedicine options, like online chat and video conferencing, some procedures or checkups, like Pap smears,
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Many people don’t realize it, but our thoughts control everything that happens in our lives every single day. Your brain is such a powerful thing. Gaining the ability to monitor and control these thoughts allows you to manifest the life you want to live. Ever notice how when you’re running late you get stuck at
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Religion has a bad connotation for a lot of people. Many associate it with a long list of rules, often unexplained and seemingly meaningless. Deviation from these rules results in judgment, both divine and social. Questioning these rules brings forth a hoard of know-it-alls intent on putting you in your place. The division caused by
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The latest Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) pulse survey of business leaders found 65% reporting that their organizations have teams overseeing return-to-workplace planning. Another 26% say they haven’t formed such a task force yet, but are discussing doing so.  In nearly three in four (72%) companies with those teams in place, chief HR officers—and to
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What is self-acceptance? According to a quick Google search, self-acceptance is the act of accepting oneself unconditionally. Sounds straightforward enough, right? Well, lately the term has been trailing me around like a lost dog looking for its owner. I heard people bring it up in conversations, read articles about it in magazines, and one night
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In an adorable reprieve from coronavirus news, Prince William and Kate Middleton shared new birthday portraits of their youngest child, Prince Louis — and one features an uncharacteristically tender moment with Prince Charles. The young prince turned two on April 23. To celebrate, as with most royal birthdays, Kensington Palace released candid photos of Louis
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