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What caught my attention on week 43 and week 44.

On Doing

“So play for a bit and then rest within yourself. Treat yourself as the precious and beautiful thing that you are and be well – you have it

Defining ours why. Identifying our superpowers. Scoping how we engage within teams, networks and communities.

Those actions are elements to paint with our brushes on a blank canvas. They help us to profile or at least craft a portrayal of

What caught my attention on week 38 of 2020.

Developing ourselves

“Train your mind to notice all your blessings.” — Michelle Maros
Mind training hat included — @simbeckhampson

 

“In an age of acceleration, nothing can be more exhilarating than

What caught my attention during weeks 34 and 35 of 2020.

Self-knowledge

“As long as the mind is moving, it is unable to accurately reflect the various aspects of the external world, just as a warped mirror cannot reflect objects

I dived deep into holistic health in a previous post.

Noticing ourselves helps us to wire ourselves on different levels.

Below is what I sketched while doing a guided exercise on self-awareness ‘Head Heart Gut’ during a 21st Century

What caught my attention on week 29 of 2020.

First thing first. I revisited this chat over a podcast I was co-hosting. Topic: from having a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. Bottom line: to grow it starts with starting …

What caught my attention on week 24 of 2020.

“When things are turbulent, we either need ‘Probe, Sense, Respond’ or ‘Act, Sense, Respond to create newness / innovation.” via @timkastelle

Add to that unlocking our learning potential :

“Learnability is

Curiosity

Thank you to Paul Simbeck-Hampson for sharing the resources below with me on Linkedin.

“Here is the visual summary of the latest podcast on sailing the 7Cs of Curiosity from the hashtag CuriousAdvantage book released earlier this week!

This is what caught my attention on week 21 of 2020.

People

“It is way too easy to forget to give credit to those people. It is way too easy to lose ourselves in our own immediate problems. Yet, it