The Power Of Pose And Low Cortisol


Do our non-verbals govern how we think and feel about ourselves? This is an interesting Social-Psychology video from TED Talks. Dr Amy Cuddy is engaging in this video about the effect non-verbal language has on how you see yourself and how others perceive you. Non-verbal language can impact your life in significant ways: personal, love, […]

HBR “The Happiest People Pursue the Most Difficult Problems”


Great article from Harvard Business Review my daughter just pointed out to me. I agree that when we  work towards transforming Big Problems into meaningful solutions we are “the happiest”. The Happiest People Pursue the Most Difficult Problems by Rosabeth Moss Kanter  |   9:00 AM April 10, 2013 Lurking behind the question of jobs — whether […]

Fair Trade gift websites


The rush of the holidays leaves many people with the ambiguous sensation of wanting to experience something more family oriented and meaningful yet also being able to give whole heartedly without succumbing to the holiday gift buying frenzy. It is easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed. Here are some sites that might actually help you […]

Spandex politics and the rule of exceptional


Many countries are going through violent times, social unrest, economic frailty and political skepticism. We are told that “real change” in politics and government is impossible and that it is “idealistic” to think that anything can be done differently. All the “isms”: communism, socialism, radicalism, left, right, dictatorships, monarchies are getting old and arthritic. Here […]