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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The Real Power of Powerball

Did you buy a ticket for the Powerball? I  hope that you won! The chances are that you didn’t. Below are some ideas to help you get closer to your dreams,

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What To Do When You Can’t Bullet-Proof Your Life

This post was originally written in December of 2012, immediately after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut. Unfortunately, it is just as relevant today as it was in 2012.

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I recently gave a talk at Google’s NYC office on Intuition and Creativity. Developing intuition is a practice, much like mastering a musical instrument, so I was a bit surprised

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How do you distinguish between what you know, and what you believe? What is the difference between a fact and an opinion, anyway? While knowledge is a compilation of facts,

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Waterfalls: 20 Years Ago and Now

Do you remember yourself in 1995? Who were you then? What interested you, what troubled you? Who did you hope you would become in 20 years? If you could say

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Change of Pace is Essential

Traditionally, summer is considered break time, especially for kids. If you think about it, though, many kids are not getting a break in a traditional sense: their lives are still

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How to Stop Feeling Like a Failure: 3 Practical Strategies

* * * * *     The latest from Mind Terrain Coaching:  Making a major life transformation on your own is ridiculously hard. If you’re ready to work, though, and ready for

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Love in the Time of Neuroscience

    One of our sons asked me recently how we can know for sure whether our love for someone is real. I thought about it for a while. I heard

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