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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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The 3 Pros And Cons Living Without A Smartphone

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A few weeks back I planned a boat excursion for my wife and I. While launching the boat I walked into the ocean with my phone in my pocket. Consequently, it died and is still dead after being bathed in rice for a number of days. 

Instead of rushing out and buying a new one, I decided to undergo an experiment. To test what it would be like to live without a smartphone. Following are the top 3 results re pros and cons of not owning a smartphone:

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The 4 Critical Things Within The Organisations

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Leadership is required more than ever in this COVID-19 world and according to Gallup and their extensive surveying of the US workforce, a very specific type of Leadership is required in times of crisis. 

When the pressure comes on, employee’s, managers and leaders well being is affected negatively. This hits the bottom line of any company, so the need to create high performance is critical for positive business outcomes. 

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The 5 Benefits That You Will Reap From Serving Others

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Recently in the period of 24 hours, I was deeply touched by several examples of people’s level of commitment to serve others.

It started with the 100-year remembrance on Sunday of the end of World War 1. I was in Gatwick Airport in the UK at 11:00 am, the exact time the guns fell silent 100 years before. The airport stopped, all activity, employees and passengers stood still for 1 minute of silence. It was as if time froze. That minute was a long time and in that time I reflected on all of the young men who gave up their lives to serve a higher purpose, Freedom! I was deeply touched.

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