Inspiring, Celebrating & Promoting Thrivabiity
Scientifically trained, and understanding the proven health benefits of meditation, Judith is also empowered through wearing two hats at the one time.
Are you addicted to social media? Here's a diagnostic checklist, plus 4 tips to help break the habit and get your life back into balance.
Wherever there is a hunting camp table, there is a bottle on it. Like other bottles on other tables, some people drink from it and others don’t. Of those who drink, some drink more and some drink less. Many hunters who drink, sit and drink continuously. I have watched them. Like great snakes devouring their own tails, they are slowly devoured by the contents of the bottles they drink from. Every camp, like most families, has at least one drunk and, like most drunks, they know who and what they are.
Let’s face it, relationship boundaries are a big issue in everyone’s personal life these days. And a lot of us have now had the therapy, completed the mindfulness training and maybe even feel we have a Masters in managing teenagers. Yet at work, healthy boundaries remain tricky. Why?
Corporate ethics define relationships between businesses and their customers – especially when things go wrong. But where do they come from?
Sometimes it seems politicians are more likely to listen to what shock jocks have to say than take notice of protests. However corporations can be swayed by the volume of lobbying they receive and this can make a difference.
Technology-led advances in communication and connectivity are changing traditional organisational and leadership practice. Understanding and setting boundaries has now become a key factor for achieving goals.
The COVID lockdown has seen a revolution in the way businesses – and individuals – are connecting, communicating, and collaborating. While online meeting platforms have proven themselves to be indispensable tools, they come with some caveats. Here are some expert’s valuable tips on getting the most out of your online sessions.