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The Current Coronavirus Pandemic From A Scientific Point Of View.

The current Coronavirus pandemic is affecting various aspects of our lives and with the constant non stop attention from the media, it's easy to not understand the basics of how Viruses works. Coronavirus is still called a Novel...

How to improve your memory?

How to improve your memory using practical tools and techniques? What techniques do you use to memorize things, objects, and subjects? I recently interviewed Professor Anthony Metivier, who is an expert and an authority in the field of Memory. Anthony and I discussed...

How to reduce employee turnover?

Workplace Wellness helps to reduce employee turnover. Workplace Wellness is much more than keeping a bowl of fruit in the kitchen area for the employees! It's about making them feel safe at work by implementing proper occupational health & safety procedures. It's...

How to avoid, handle, and manage workplace burnout?

Workplace burn out is a huge problem for employees, businesses, and organizations. Symptoms include absenteeism, lack of motivation to work, anxiety and frustration at work, etc. I have personally experienced it and definitely don't want anyone to go through this...

How to help employees understand company culture?

Are you an organization/business or a recruitment firm hiring new employees? When you hire someone how do you ascertain that the potential hire will fit into your company culture? First of all, based on the input from leaders, most company cultures are set in the...

Benefits of Workplace Wellness Program

6 major benefits from the implementation of a Workplace Health Program (WHP) for your business and organization: Improved Productivity/Decreased Presenteeism Decreased Illness/Absence Reduction in Occupational Injury/WorkCover Claims/Premiums Improved...

Habitual Complaining is unhealthy for your Brain

It is harmless to complain occasionally because that's human nature. However, when it becomes a habit, it is like drinking water from the sea; the more we drink the saltwater the thirstier we get. I recently went for a coffee meeting with a colleague. The restaurant...

Active Listening - A Learned Social Skill Curious to know how to build excellent relationships with others? Active Listening! Isn't that frustrating when the other person doesn't listen properly and acknowledge what you are trying to say? When we speak we repeat what...

Queensland Multicultural Awards

Social Wellbeing I am passionate about Community Health and Development. As the saying goes "It takes a village to raise a child" and it requires a community of people to come and together and make any big endeavor successful. This activity is called Social Wellbeing....

Business Wellness Coach I am passionate about helping and building businesses. I did a presentation on the topic of "Business Wellness" for motivated business owners from the Springfield area who are part of Local Biz Networking Groups...
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Whatever a great man does, the world follows.  Whatever standards he sets, the world pursues – Bhagavad Gita

Leadership is about committing to a goal/vision and lead others by own example. To explain it in simple terms – they practice what they preach.
leadership mindset life coaching mindfulness intelligenceLeadership is not necessarily a role.
Whether leaders are consciously aware or unaware, everyone is closely watching their actions. Therefore, leaders should be mindful of not leading others from the state of unconscious reactive but from the conscious active state.
A brave leader doesn’t fear change.
Through real change makes people feel vulnerable, in the long run, it makes them feel comfortable about who they really are and lead.
A good leader strives to create steadiness and normally stay balanced.
One of the key qualities of a leader is to develop a balanced approach when it comes to dualities of life.
Examples include happiness and sorrow, good and bad, heat and cold, fame and infamy, etc.
Though life presents both pleasant and unpleasant situations, a leader should be willing to learn how to tolerate and stay detached to both positive and negative outcomes.
Developing a sense of calmness during difficult situations requires internal strength & clarity that can be developed through mindfulness and spiritual practices.
True leaders create more leaders! Though we are living in an age that promotes individualism, we all need help and support to accomplish great things in life. Nurturing others while traveling our own journey helps to create a new generation of leaders with giving and accepting mindset. This way we can potentially avoid breeding selfishness mindset for the next generation. One good example is Mother Nature that offers us so many things for free without expecting anything in return.

Leadership requires plenty of “internal’ work. To lead, whether it be a small or big project, it is important to understand our nature and motives first. According to Eastern wisdom, humans have three types of nature namely: (a) Goodness – the quality of peace, purity, and harmony; (b) Passion – the quality of being driven and (c) Ignorance – the quality of sluggishness and inertia. Throughout our lives, we go through and experience all three modes of nature although the proportions differ based on each individual’s psychological and genetic makeup. Once we identify our nature, it becomes easy to choose a leadership style that aligns with our inherent nature without going through any internal conflict.
We do understand reading from the lives of great leaders how they were introspective about their own motives and existence. On that note, it is important for current leaders and emerging leaders to dig a little bit deeper and ask the question of why they have taken a leadership role. This may further lead us to some of the fundamental questions of life: Who am I? What is my purpose? Why am I here? By making these inquiries one can determine whether they are leading others through conscious decisions.
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