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When Life Puts You Off Balance

Posted by vivhudson on March 22, 2015 at 7:50 AM Comments comments (0)

As you go about your day, how grounded do you feel? If there are times when you meet with negative opinions you may feel a little 'off balance' when responding.


 

Our bodies hold our truth in many ways. All our thoughts are encompassed in our nervous system and reciprocally feed our body. Our neural pathways activate not only our brain but also the automatic and conscious aspects of o...

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You Can't Change What You Don't Notice

Posted by vivhudson on March 17, 2015 at 11:30 AM Comments comments (0)

How often do you catch yourself saying or doing things that you don't like? Maybe you continually get a response from others that result in a communication breakdown. On the pathway to change, the first thing is to notice what you can change!

If there is an area of your life that doesn't sit well, then just take notice.


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A Lesson in Your Master of Business Adversity (MBA)

Posted by vivhudson on March 16, 2015 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)

I earned my Master of Business Adversity on the job, like many business owners.


In your business, you may think that if your people worked like a team, maybe things would be better. Do you see or hear about things your people are doing and don't like? Do you have problems addressing it? Often when you are caught up in the day to day running of the business it can be hard to address these situations and dealing with the emotion of the situation.

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How Muddy Is Your Map?

Posted by vivhudson on March 15, 2015 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (0)

As with any destination we seek, we require a map or plan as to how to get us there. Simplistically speaking, we may want to travel to the next neighboring town. Whilst there are a few variables, you will already have a pretty good plan of how to get there. Your variables could include how much time it will take, your mode of transport, stops you may want to make on the way and if you prefer the direct or the scenic route.

When you are considering this, you probably think that ...

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Stress, Shoulders and Sabre Tooth Tigers

Posted by vivhudson on March 14, 2015 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Next time you stop at a restaurant, cafe, wait in line or are on public transport, do some people watching and see what their bodies are saying. 

Notice people who seem older than their years. People who are in their 40s, 50s and older. Their bodies have had many years of 'holding' themselves in a certain way. Maybe their shoulders are high and hunched over slightly, perhaps their chest is puffed out.

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The Benefits of the Status Quo ...?

Posted by vivhudson on March 4, 2015 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Before we can begin to master change, we need to look into what the current benefits of not changing are. If you are stuck in a rut of running your business a certain way you may be avoiding a bigger issue that you see as too difficult to overcome. Issues may include confrontation, lack of resources or fears around success or failure. This could be known as the elephant in the room.

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The Challenge of Change - slowing down to speed up

Posted by vivhudson on February 28, 2015 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (0)

As a business owner or manager you could well be excused for feeling like you were stuck on a treadmill that wasn't looking like it was going to stop anytime soon. Applying change in business or in your life is challenging when you can't see how to slow down.

Change is rapidly becoming a constant in business today. Additional layers of compliance, technology, changing markets, staffing and profitability all require attention...

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