Are your Habits Serving you Well?

February 28, 2014

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. – Aristotle I have been giving lots of thought to organizational habits. Organizational habits are simply a collective of individual habits. Organizational habits are way of behaving that we have learned, repeated, automated and give little critical consideration to. Changing […]

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Trust Us…..It’s Natural

February 14, 2014

How much do you think about your food? Do you care about where your food comes from? How it is grown? How much it has been treated/processed (or not!)? Do you read labels? Even if you care a lot about the food you eat and spend time trying to nourish yourself well, it should come […]

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The Almighty Group

February 7, 2014

At least a couple times this week I’ve heard individuals disparaging others who happen to be in complimentary fields. One instance involved a physician and the other a veterinarian. In both cases, they were discounting alternative approaches to achieving well-being and health. Both of these examples left me scratching my head. Why isn’t there more […]

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Doodling to Better Recall

February 1, 2014

I noticed something recently upon a visit into an art room class – the “notes” for the class were written up in a very visual graphic presentation, a series of doodles and words if you will, full of colour. It was compelling and I found my attention continuously being drawn to it, away beyond the […]

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Internet Anger

January 24, 2014

I’m blogging about the obvious this week – the Internet is an angry place. If you spend any amount of time online, you know that anger is one of the most common expressions of emotion you see as you navigate the Internet. Bloggers write angry posts, podcasters spew angry rants, Facebookers somehow get into battles […]

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