Tag Archives: change management

How To Free Yourself To Grow


  I read this article from the blog “Zen Thinking” :  you only lose what you cling to  and it suggested to me that there is no concept of loss if there’s no act of clinging,  leading to another idea that … Continue reading

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How To Stay Focused When Your Life Is A Chaos


Spring is often a time of intense excitation for many people. For example I like to “de-cluterize”  my closets and my computer or re-evaluate my business strategy. Probably mother nature makes us feel that way, showing us so much exuberance with beautiful flowers … Continue reading

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7 Rules To Never Waste Your Time Again


Are you always busy, yet not finishing all you want to do or enjoying the way you spend your time ? Time is the most precious asset we have that once spent is lost forever, unlike other precious things we may … Continue reading

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Why Changing For The Sake Of Change Is Not Always A Good Idea.


Change is inevitable, we all agree on that, but are we always forced to change because we live in a highly connected  fast-paced global environment ?  I think change for the sake of change has nothing to do with true innovation and fostering … Continue reading

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The Grass On The Other Side Is Always Greener !


When you see how it can make things better, you get more interested in making the change happen. (Spencer Johnson-Who Moved My Cheese?) ~~~~~~~ Five months ago we moved from Belgium to the U.S. because we decided to live in a place … Continue reading

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Transition Fitness For Expats: 5 Facts To Know For Embracing Healthy Eating


 Do you know how to lose weight and stay fit during transitions ?   Are you confused by contradicting information about dieting versus healthy eating ? Do you have difficulties to adapt to new foods when moving to a new country?  … Continue reading

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