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What caught my attention for weeks 39 and 40.

Falling Masks

“Leaders, who dare to let their guard down and keep an open mind, are less fearful than those in rusty armours hiding behind the words of no, wait and

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 on week 27 of 2020.

Work Challenges

Connect people with people, experiences and resources

Facilitate discovery

Energise people, focus them and enable them to succeed” — @PaulJocelyn

Music to my ears. Disconnect to connect. Connect …

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!

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus

We have moved from Summertime to Autumn.

tree autumn leaf curiosity multidisciplinarity colors exploring rotana ty
Source: photo shot by moi during a stroll in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I am mulling over actions and deep thoughts …

Think of your work as a flow from which you can add your own unique insights that only you have because you bring completely different approaches, questions and considerations than others. By talking to your peers, opportunities emerge

Changing the way we work

“The robots are coming for our jobs and we should all be very afraid. Or should we? Join , , and special guest on this week’s to discuss how

 The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell

Source: “The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell” – My Modern Met “New Hyperrealistic Pastel Drawings by Zaria Forman Capture the Spirit of Antarctica”.

On Earth & Climate Change

Do you know Zara Forman

“Get some fresh air, and go outdoors to run, walk and exercise. Move your muscles and get your blood pumping. Do so without bringing your phone along — just enjoy the symphony of nature ringing in your ears.

Switch your

“Be present. Don’t worry about documenting the moment with your smartphone. Experience it yourself.” — David Carr, New York Time writer via Marcia Conner

I love going to an art exhibition in Paris. I enjoy riding my bike along the …