Kowai Tatou (Who are we?)

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I learned something new that focuses on leadership, overcoming challenges, connecting and expressing who you are. This experience helps you gain confidence and enthusiasm for the things you do.

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What can we learn from other people?

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This article is a transcript of a French Podcast Vlan! by Grégory Pouy. It’s one of the best podcasts I’ve heard in recent times. I recommend to you the lessons and wisdom of Frédéric Lopez, who is interviewed in this episode. You will read about his encounters with other people in faraway places and what we can learn from them. He also shares with us his meditation techniques that can help you live more consciously and with less fear. He talks about positivity, emotional equality, and the role of the media.

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Are You Too Sensitive? You Can do This

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This article is about what you can do if you are sensitive to what people do and say around you.

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Can Your Communication Style Change?

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Your DISC communication profile is based on the Dominant, Influencer, Steadiness, and Conscientious styles and develops in your teenage years. Events can influence it in your later life. In this article, I will tell you about an experience that has changed my communication style.

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Start your Meeting Powerful!

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Do you have to run a meeting on Monday morning or Friday afternoon? Chances are that participants have a lot on their mind and are not motivated to have a meeting. This article gives you 6 techniques to start a meeting in a powerful way so that it’s more effective, enjoyable and fun!

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What is your Ikigai?

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Summary: This article explains how you can find your Ikigai. A Japanese word meaning “life goal” or “the reason for being”. People living their Ikigai feel fulfilled, have wellness, joy, happiness and have balance in the daily routine of life. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. This summer I went to visit the island of Okinawa. It’s…

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ONE Tip for Better Collaboration

Summary: This article is especially for teams who want to work together more effectively. For teams who want to improve the quality of collaboration on the workplace and want to start a dialogue with one another. The article describes the Everything DiSC Workplace® profile and how that can help teams and individuals to effective relationships….

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The Power of Moments (book review)

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Summary: This article is a book review of “The Power of Moments” by Chip and Dan Heath. It helps you to recognize moments and to turn them into powerful moments. The result is a life with more joy, purpose, compassion and meaningful connections. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. What are special moments in your life? Probably…

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What are Good Questions?

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Summary: Do you find it hard to start a conversation with someone or to continue with a good conversation during an event? This article is about asking good questions to create a connection, show empathy and to help people reflect. It contains 35 good questions you can ask others (or answer for yourself). Voor Nederlands,…

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How to Stay Authentic

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Summary: This article gives you 6 ways to stay authentic. Staying authentic will help you to be more confident, calm, appreciated, successful and happy. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. Products and people who are authentic tend to be more successful. You remember them better, you trust them more and they make you feel good, enthusiastic or…

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