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Bringing harmony to your life

Bringing harmony to your life

And why it is important Written by Tanya Abbey “One must marry one’s feelings to one’s beliefs and ideas. That is probably the only way to achieve a measure of harmony in one’s life.” A quote written by one of my favourite authors – Napoleon Hill – who is best known for “Think and Grow Rich.” In this book, he…

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I Want to Talk to a Human!

I Want to Talk to a Human!

Written by Kareem Tawansi If you ever talk to a tech investor, you’ll probably hear words like “unicorns”, “J Curve” and “Scale”. These terms all come from the concept of putting money behind a company so it can grow to a ridiculous size and the investors can make buckets of money. And one way to do this is to commoditise…

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Tips for your next business event

Written by Sophie Richardson, Hosting events are great ways to build awareness of your brand. It is a chance to reach out to the target audience and bring them all into a single space, creating a conversation around your company and boosting visibility. They are also a lot of fun. However, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement…

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Time to tackle workplace burnout

Time to tackle workplace burnout

A case study and a way to nurture mental health Written by Katriina Tahka Chronic exhaustion, anxiety, an over-active mind that prevents a deep and restful sleep from occurring, and the onset of depression and other mental issues. These symptoms sound pretty common, right? They’ve almost become the trademark of this working generation. When ignored, these symptoms can lead to…

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Setting yourself up for success

Setting yourself up for success with new habits

Written by Kate Witteveen Making a big change is never easy. We usually need many repetitions before something becomes automatic, with research suggesting it takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit. The good news is, this is 24 days less than the 90 days previously suggested. The bad news is, it is still more than two…

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10 Easy Hacks to Start

10 Easy Hacks to Start Living Your Ideal Life

Written By Peter Horsfield 1. Let Go Of Your Past The past is dry cement. We cannot change it, however the choices we make today can change our future. So, next time your thoughts drift back, and you start to self-judge. Be like Elsa from the movie Frozen and start singing “Let it Go!”. 2. Do Something  You do not have…

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Financial health

Financial health

How to raise kids that are money-savvy and happy Written by Sonia Gibson Rarely, does money solve a money problem. Money problems are solved by improving financial literacy. You need to have the skill to assess your financial situation and find the source of the problem. More often than not, it’s not a shortage of income (although it’s incredibly common…

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Tears Tantrums and Memory Loss

Tears, Tantrums and Memory Loss

What is your body trying to tell you? Written by Donna Cameron The world of mental health can be very confusing.  You hear the words anxiety, depression and mania.  You see your friends, colleagues or maybe even yourself, go through times where even getting out of bed is a difficult task.  What does it all mean?  What happens in our…

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Workplace Wellness

Workplace Wellness

Teach Your Team To Listen To Their Bodies Written by Katriina Tahka Workplace wellness programs don’t have the best track records, especially if you look at places like the USA. Many of these programs, while intending to be helpful, become invasive and place undue pressure on workers. True wellness doesn’t come from a fitness program that coerces people into cooperation.…

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Living With A Disability

4 Tips For Living With A Disability

For Listening To Your Body Written by Lisa Cox Disabilities come in many forms. Some of them are easy to notice while others are so well-hidden, you can know someone intimately for years without ever learning that they have had limitations. In fact, as many as 20% of the population identify as having a disability, whether it’s physical or mental.…

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The Power of Positive

The Power of Positive Psychology

Increasing your Happiness Levels in Life! Written by Carolyn King Positive Psychology is a relatively new domain of psychology, having begun in 1998 when Martin Seligman chose it as the theme for his term as president of the American Psychological Association.  He wanted to study what makes people happy as opposed to what makes people unhappy. Over the last few…

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May the trend for 2021

May the trend for 2021 be more focused on ourselves

Written by Brady Walker, Performance, Wellness and Breath Coach If 2020 was a year spellbound, most, I think, hoped that midnight Dec 31st granted permission to start again. Indeed, there were many people excitedly wishing 2020 away. So here we are, Jan 2021, where traditionally, the early stages of a new year revolve around health kicks, refocused finances, and more…

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Setting Achievable Goals

Setting Achievable Goals for 2021

Written by Natasha Zervaas N.P. It is the beginning of a brand new year, and for most of us, it is a time to reflect upon the previous year. As well as set some new resolutions or goals moving forward. How many of you set lofty goals year after year, only to break them just a few days later?  I…

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Sick Of Your Job?

Sick Of Your Job?

Discover how to create your own job in 7 simple steps. Written by Jodie Nevid The Fairy Godmother For Women In Business Creating your own job is the way of the future, in this article you’ll learn why now is a great time to start a business as a coach, consultant, or expert and how to get started in 7…

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How To Find Your Passion

How To Find Your Passion

Written by Sally Kellett, professional meditation teacher “You are so lucky you have found your passion, I still don’t know what mine is” This is one of the most common things people say to me as they see me passionately pursuing a life in practising and teaching mindfulness. The next line I then get asked is…. “How do I find…

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How to show leadership

3 Tips For leadership Post An Emergency

3 Tips For leadership Post An Emergency Written by Natasha Zervaas N.P. The people from the State of Victoria have spent more time under unprecedented lockdown rules than they have had ‘free’ time, particularly in the Melbourne Metropolitan areas. The face of business, our physical, mental and spiritual health have been forever changed through the experiences of this year.  Family…

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How to show leadership

How to be a leader in your community for the betterment of others

Written by Phillipa Brown When you think of who your leaders are in your community, who comes to mind? Is it your local or federal politician, a religious leader, an executive or CEO of the company you work for, or do you think about a parent, friend or neighbour? There is no wrong answer here. All of these people are…

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The 5 Top Attributes

The 5 Top Attributes of a Leader

Written by Donna Cameron Do you remember being young and looking up to people who inspired you?  They could have been actors, authors, or business people.  It really didn’t matter who they were but they were doing something that you admired, something that caught your attention and something that you wanted to do when you grew up. These people were…

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Change is inevitable

Change is inevitable. Change is constant

Written by Stephen Molloy Leadership is the accomplishment of a goal through the direction of people involved. In this ever so changing world that we live, the importance to create value for others is stronger than ever. Some may assume that leadership qualities are only found in military or management roles within the workplace, however leaders are found in your…

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Personal branding

Personal branding

What can be learnt from 2020 Written by Sophie Richardson It’s been a unique year to say the least. In fact, it’s more accurate to say that it has been an incredibly tough one. It seems we’ve been confronted with challenge after challenge, trudging our way slowly through each obstacle just to get to the other side. This is particularly…

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5 Ways to Give Back

5 Ways to Give Back To Your Community

Whilst Improving Your Wellbeing Written By Katie Lowe (BA, GradDipPosPsych) Anyone that has seen the movie ‘Castaway’ knows that we humans thrive on – even depend on connection. We are social beings that have evolved to subsist within supportive, nurturing communities. We love to feel like we belong, and research actually shows that the biggest single factor for predicting health,…

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How to reduce your stress

How to reduce your stress in 3 easy steps

Written by Natasha Zervaas N.P. We live in a very fast paced world, we are working harder and longer hours than ever before, yet we are extremely time poor, and consequently, our physical and mental health is suffering. Stress related illnesses are almost at epidemic proportions in the western world today so somewhere along the way our lives are out…

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