A strong core, by being constantly curious and courageous

A strong core, by being constantly curious and courageous

Inspiring People, Well-being, Winning Habits
Strong Core Like all organisms we must adapt to the changes in our environment, or die! Previously I have shared my views and antidotes to the impact of mass disruption upon our world - our new upside down world. We can all get locked into things that we know. But it takes courage to have freedom, to leave the past, be present in the now and explore the possibilities of the future. So I wanted to explore our attitudes to agility. Let’s consider, what does agility mean?                     It could mean agile working, lean six sigma, black belts, sit ups until your stomach screams or maybe yoga. One thing is for certain, to have agility we must have core strength. Let’s imagine, what happens as a result of having agility, by…
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Enhance your personal mastery, everyday

Enhance your personal mastery, everyday

Well-being
Adults spend eight times longer watching on-demand TV than exercising, research suggests. The average person spends 12 hours streaming programmes on platforms such as Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Amazon Prime every week, a survey of more than 2,000 people by not-for-profit fitness group ‘ukactive’ found. This compares to just 90 minutes of moderate physical activity. This got me thinking about how long do any of us invest in ourselves so we are fit to always bring our best self to situations? Building upon my previous post; The Antidote to Disruption, in the Unilever Standards of Leadership, part of the Inner Game is ‘Personal Mastery’. I love this, it is a big topic to get into but it is critical to success. It covers many areas around well-being and personal performance…
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Living with purpose; the antidote to a disruptive world

Living with purpose; the antidote to a disruptive world

Inspiring People
The biggest word in our world today must be: disruption. We are challenged every day, it is a chaotic world where disruptive business models are the norm. The rate of change has never been so fast and the time between changes is getting shorter and shorter. We live in a period of mass disruption and don’t we know it!   A recent example: a few years ago catching a cab or taxi was a pretty traditional ritual. Then Uber came along and disrupted the business model and our user experience. In cities the world over Uber became a noun for taxi. While in Singapore during the last few years, catching a cab was via Uber. No big deal eh, pretty normal. However, today when I am there, I don’t get an…
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Creating winning habits

Creating winning habits

Winning Habits
Happy New Year! Enjoy watching my video where I discuss the comparison between fitness and work, especially at a time when we may be wanting to consider making changes for the New Year. #habits #winninghabits #fitness #nutrition #exercise #goalsetting I would love to hear your experiences as you create winning habits on any area of life; nutrition, exercise, ways or working, building skill, capability, resilience, performance. What did you do before, what do you do now and what impact did the change have? So add a comment and share a picture or image of what agility means to you on this post. Please also like and share this article. So you can inspire, enable and support your friends and network so they can get also enjoy the benefits of creating…
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