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Building resilience through knowing the self

Building resilience through knowing the self

The Oxford dictionary defines resilience as ‘the ability of people or things to recover quickly after something unpleasant, such as shock, injury, etc.’ - certainly a quality we could all benefit from in these troubled times. If you ever believed that resilience is...

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Is your unconscious focus leading your mind and body astray?

Is your unconscious focus leading your mind and body astray?

The recent total lockdown situation resulting from the dreadful COVID-19 pandemic, something that is still very much with us, lead me to think about ‘focusing.’ It is very possible at this time that as much as we are going through the motions of a normal life, getting...

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What does your personal space look like right now?

What does your personal space look like right now?

Personal space is something we may have taken for granted before being ‘in lockdown’ with a loved one, or especially a whole family, and thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we may still have a long way to go before normal social interaction becomes a reality. Some people...

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Coping with stress and trauma in isolation

Coping with stress and trauma in isolation

Coping with stress and trauma in isolation Even though we are said to be slowly phasing ourselves back towards normality after the Coronavirus lockdown, it will be some time before we will experience total freedom and normal social interaction. This whole lockdown...

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Self and More on The Kanoobi Show

Self and More on The Kanoobi Show

https://youtu.be/AAilHQiDX-g What a great interview! This was really good! Very good information about what integrative coaching is. Please contact Marléne Nunes at the detials below to book a session. Through ZOOM sessions she is able to operate remotely. Marléne...

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When flight is no option, fight for sensibility

When flight is no option, fight for sensibility

It has been so much spoken about and so dramatically affected our lives already that it needs no introduction. Suffice to say the dreaded virus that has stopped most international flights, gatherings of more than 100 people in one place and grounded schoolchildren is...

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To choose the name of ‘the other’ could affect your life!

To choose the name of ‘the other’ could affect your life!

To choose the name of ‘the other’ could affect your life! There are possibly only a few times in your life that you will get to choose a name. Your name after all has been chosen for you at birth so that appears to be set in stone – or is it?The times you get to...

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Good advice on preparing for the holiday madness!

Good advice on preparing for the holiday madness!

Prior to the festive season I am writing on a couple of subjects that relate to the all too common ‘breakdowns’ that occur prior to the holidays – and why so often the holidays end up being more stressful than your work.How often have you heard people say...

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Year-end breakdown – how we can avoid it

Year-end breakdown – how we can avoid it

They say the human body clock actually increases as we age. Fact or fiction I don’t know, but every year does seem to pass more rapidly. As we near another year end I felt it prudent to do a couple of articles on year end breakdown and coping with the...

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Can you still effectively lead when trauma strikes?

Can you still effectively lead when trauma strikes?

Trauma and traumatic events are not selective. They are not specifically assigned to the meek or the mighty, the rich or the poor, the weak or the strong. Top Executives, people in powerful positions, top leaders are all subjected at some time or another...

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Two wounded hearts don’t make a whole one!

Two wounded hearts don’t make a whole one!

In a recent article I mentioned a trip I had recently embarked on. In that article I did not elaborate on it, but as the nature of the journey was relevant to the theme of this article, I think I should.It was a spiritual journey – a long walk from...

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