Why are People Dishonest at Work?

How important is honesty in the workplace? Many of us feel that we have to hold back parts of ourselves in our professional environment. We “show” up a certain way – usually less transparent at work – and are more open and transparent at home. But these days honesty and transparency can actually help you…

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The Times of Israel

Can a Snowflake Break a Branch?

How many times have you given up because you felt  “nothing is going to make a difference?” How often have you sabotaged yourself before a major breakthrough? How much more will you turn limiting beliefs into a fact that guides your life like the North Star?

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(Inner) Space: The Final Frontier

Self-sabotage is not only ineffective, it erodes your self-confidence when you constantly prove to yourself that you are not capable. Perhaps you don’t believe in yourself now, but if you venture into the “final frontier,” your inner space, you eventually will.

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Insight Seminars Barbara Schwarck

How To Trust Myself Even More

How To Trust Myself Even More – with Dr. Barbara Schwarck Monday 17th August, 2020. Many of us have negative environments and influences around us which cause us to lack belief within ourselves and, therefore, not trust ourselves fully. Many people don’t have a proven track record of disciplined action. As a result, they don’t…

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Can I Have a Do-Over?

In a few weeks we’ll be inundated with articles on making New Year’s resolutions, how to be this or that. So I’m going to give you a head start by sharing a few of my favorite tricks to help you recharge and get motivated again.

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Door mat with home and a heart

Home Is Where the Heart Is

As posted on Sivana East 24/09/2020 The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned. Maya Angelou Last week I decided to write about the feeling of being “at home,” since I’ve been spending a lot of time visiting the place…

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The Times of Israel

Can I Have a Do-Over?

I have been living in Israel for the past five years and each year I look forward to celebrating Rosh HaShana. Rosh Hashana has an intriguing aspect.  According to Jewish tradition, one is able to have a “do-over” if one takes responsibility for one’s misdeeds.

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