What’s Not Broken

Wisdom comes at the expense of having broken much – friendships, habits, glasses, heels, codes, hearts, dishes, connections… So, it’s logical that by our 30’s, we have a good grip

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When you meet someone charismatic, knowledgeable, attentive, interesting, generous, it’s always a pleasure to be in the company of this person, isn’t it? It is true in professional settings, at

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Shaping Up: Career, Relationships, Self

You don’t need any more pressure during this holiday season – your plate is full, I know. Still, no matter how full your life is at the moment, I know

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  You’re at the top of your game. You act with authority and get results. You have an outstanding track record of resolving issues, and a long list of clients

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Turbulent September gave way to contemplative October: deciding when to say “yes”, and where to take distance. October has been about choosing options that luckily work, and minimizing disappointment of

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I’ve always loved fall. It is colorful, fresh, unpredictable, and usually brings about all sorts of new promising beginnings.  This September came as a mixed bag, though. It has delivered

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Happiness Routine That Actually Works

(Originally posted here , but this important topic deserves a second look; I’m putting it at the top of the blog so that you don’t have to look for it.) “You

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Control or Let Go?

Analytical Thinkers’ Guide for Letting Go As analytical people, we often try to control situations to create or get what we want. It seems logical: we want something, so we

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Sustainable Work-Life Balance: Possibility or Fiction?

Sustainable work-life balance is one of the greatest challenges of today’s leaders who want to have a meaningful career, to make time for the family and friends, travel, play, and develop

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“Something is missing” is a sensation that is often more subtle than obvious. One may not notice a cloud slowly floating across the sky, until suddenly, it feels chilly outside.

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