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Lessons for Life and Death

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These last 4 months have been the most challenging of my life, and have been the reason for my absence, which some of you may have noticed, while others not.

My father, Brian Carroll, passed away in New Zealand (NZ) early August after battling lung cancer for many months. Earlier this year in February, he lost his home in Australia in the Queensland floods, and decided to move back to NZ to live out the rest of his days. I flew down in April to help him settle in with family friends and set him up in the medical system post-Covid, which was very challenging.

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Team Flow: 5 ways to create an ego-free team culture for peak performance

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A team of people working together focused on a mission and without ego. This is where high-level creativity, productivity, and innovation occur. This is where magic happens.

We’re social creatures, hard-wired to enjoy working with groups on missions that are bigger than ourselves. This behavior is so essential to us that cognitive scientists have referred to it as Team Flow. If flow describes a state of consciousness where high performance is achieved automatically and without effort, Team Flow is when a group of people working together achieve this powerful state, simultaneously.

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6 Strategies for Optimizing your Health and Wellbeing

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Great Leaders Are Healthy Leaders.

As a business leader, you understand the importance of peak performance on a professional level. To have a highly successful business, one must have a constant hunger to learn, adapt, and improve.

That same hunger also applies to your health.

Simple changes to your nutrition, lifestyle, and stress management can help repower your health and provide you with positive long-term results. Many studies have shown that healthy leaders make better decisions, and that greater health within organizations leads to better productivity overall. Read More

Defeat Your Automatic Negative Thoughts

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For many leaders, the greatest obstacle encountered on the journey to success is their own mind.

Our thoughts control how we feel about ourselves and the world around us. They impact the decisions we make and the actions we take.

On average, a person has up to 70,000 thoughts per day. Sometimes our thoughts happen so spontaneously that we fail to notice them. We just accept them, believe them to be truth. These are called automatic thoughts. Read More

mindful choices

Wanted: Mindful Makers. Are you one?

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We are searching for mindful decision-makers. Are you one?

Every day we are faced with choices. We experience three types of choices on a daily basis: primary, secondary, and fundamental.

  1. Primary choices decide the one thing we want most.
  2. Secondary choices define the daily actions that support our primary choices.
  3. Fundamental choices define our state of being, or our choice to find lifelong transformation.

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The 3 Ways To Live A Life Of Courage Every Day

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After being away for 3 months in the UK, Sweden, Switzerland, and Spain it is time to return home to The Bahamas. This Saturday my family and I will make the trip home via Canada as it is one of a few countries that provides a corridor to The Bahamas from Europe.

It is clear to me that in travelling and living freely while deep in the midst of a global pandemic, life is what you make of it. If you buy into F.E.A.R (False Evidence Appearing Real) then you let your 2 million-year-old brain take over.

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