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Finding Purpose Through Hardship

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We all want to have happy, fulfilling lives⁠—lives with meaning, with passion, with purpose. This doesn’t come easy.

Hellen Keller once said, “A happy life consists not in the absence, but in the mastery of hardships.”

There is a direct correlation between Pain and Purpose. Your purpose is hidden within your pain and is revealed through how you handle hardships. Have you ever stopped to assess your pain and understand the reason for it? Read More

How Leadership and Play Unlock People’s Potential

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Work is stressful sometimes. Deadlines, targets, long hours, not enough sleep and the general pressures of modern life impacts most people, including your employees. As a leader who cares about the welfare of their workers, there’s a simple change that can be implemented in your business’s culture that will bring a much needed work-life balance and spirit of fun unto the workplace: games.

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Science has Determined the Factors that Increase Your Happiness and Health Levels

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What is it that determines your happiness and health levels as you move through the different phases of your life? What if you could predict the factors that make you happiest and healthiest in life? Aren’t those a few of the questions that you ultimately want the answer in your lifetime?Imagine the decisions and actions you would make when it is 100% possible to develop the best version of yourself.

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Do you have Joie de vivre – the Joy of Life?

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Timothy’s Thought for Thursday

Sometimes we get so caught up in the pursuit of progress and the achievement of our goals that we forget to enjoy the moment. We lose ourselves and our playfulness, becoming too serious. When we are fully immersed in the moment and doing what we love, an inexplicable joy arises –Joie de vivre, the joy of life. Abraham Maslow described this as one of the by-products of a self-actualized person – a person achieving his/her potential. As Thich Nhat Hanh who is the most influential Zen Buddhist monk of our time so eloquently put…

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