• BLOG | How will the 4th Industrial Revolution shape our work?

    “Every industrial revolution brings a learning revolution” – Alexander De Croo, Belgian Politician The Fourth Industrial Revolution will bring unfathomable change to all of our lives, ranging from what we eat to how, how we socialise, and even how we propagate our race! One area that I think is particularly interesting is the way these changes are already beginning to impact our working lives. Work is so important for our well-being for so many reasons. Not just because we spend so much time in the office, but because it also provides us intellectual fulfilment and social [...]

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    BLOG | What is the 4th Industrial Revolution?

    In my last post I examined the ugliness; now let’s consider the potential beauty that the 4th Industrial Revolution might bring! BENEFITS: Easier Communication Social media has made the world a smaller place, globally providing everyone a platform to communicate and voice opinion. 30% of the global population uses social media to communicate and acquire global news and information. That trend ain’t reversing anytime soon.   Faster Deliveries Automated delivery systems employing robot pilots has already begun to redefined the online shopping landscape. The ease of access to [...]

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    BLOG | The Inspiration of Michael J. Fox

    We all know that staying fit and healthy is easier said than done. We’ve all been there: setting goals, trying new diets, exercises, meditations and generally struggling to stay on track just with the aim of improving our health and well-being. As we face these challenges a bit of inspiration can help. Understanding that we’re not alone, that others have overcome the same struggles. So here’s a beautifully inspiring story that may help you feel more positive about your physical health. Keep on reading and let me know what you think! MICHAEL J. FOX AND PARKINSON’S [...]

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    BLOG | Stand Up And Be Counted - Our Sedentary Lives Are Killing Us!

    Modern life wraps us in our well-protected, comfortable nest. We no longer walk to work, harvest our food, or spend hours washing our laundry in the river. As the world has industrialised over the last 150 years, technology has improved so much to save us most of the hard work. Our human species did a tough job for thousands and thousands of years, to simply survive. Geological upheaval, dinosaurs, plagues!  Maybe we just deserve well-earned break? Shouldn’t we be content enjoying the advantages of living in the best future our great, great grandparents, our great grandparents and [...]

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    BLOG | Why Vacations Improve Your Health & Well-Being?

    We live in an era of consumption, an era of things: shopping malls are our new cathedrals, and our new paradise is a place packed with all the belongings we have the urge to buy. But does buying new things really make us happier? A 20-year study at Cornell University proves it doesn’t. Sure happiness generally rises when we get our new phone, shoes or that watch we always wanted, but how long does it last? The reasons why the contentment doesn’t last long are threefold:      Diminishing Returns:We get used to possessions, and – like bored children [...]

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    BLOG | 100 Years of Medical Innovations

    Ever dreamt of attending the premiere of Oscar Wilde’s play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’,going to the opening of Moulin Rouge in Parisor experiencing the Roaring Twenties dancing in Chicago? Sure it would be so exciting!  But have you ever thought how different – and challenging – would have been our lives if we were born just one century ago? In fact, have you ever thought how long would have been your life? Let’s see how extraordinary have been medical improvements in the last century… Penicillin, the first antibiotic discovered,[...]

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    BLOG | 5 Articles that Explain the Importance of Women in Business

    For me the issue of supporting Women in business is not about equality or numbers, but is a philosophical question of how we want our world to look: Imbalanced, competitive, unequal or positive, cooperative and resilient? In my opinion, redressing that balance, supporting women, will quite simply make our world a better place. The link sounds tenuous? Here are 5 interesting articles that will give you a better understand of what I’m talking about: Don’t Underestimate the Power of Women Supporting Each Other at Work - Harvard Business Review, 2018 [...]

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    BLOG | International Women’s Day: Why I don’t believe in Gender Equality in the Workplace

    My mission is to make the world a more enjoyable, happier, balanced place. I believe it’s our human right.  Evidence tells us that over the last century humanity has grown significantly healthier and wealthier, yet in general our well-being and mental health have been left behind. And there’s nowhere more relevant to each of us than of course the Workplace. Again, data confirms that worker insecurity is at an all-time high and that 1 in 3 of us are considering leaving our jobs. Just imagine the hundreds of billions of dollars this costs our governments, businesses and people [...]

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    BLOG | 5 Reasons Why Relationships Fail… and How to Fix That!

    ‘Complicated’. How many times have you heard this word describing a relationship? These days complicated relationships seem to be the norm, but what if I told you that it really takes just a bit of attention to make your relationships work. Why do relationships fail so easily nowadays? Are relationships not “necessary” anymore? We don’t need a partner for security, we don’t need a partner for comfort, we don’t even need a partner for having children! Are we all so independent, self-sufficient, self-centred and selfish that we’re simply not [...]

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    BLOG | Communication Essentials: The Best Communication Tools - Part 2

    Why relationships fail… and how to fix that!  ‘Complicated’. How many times have you heard this word describing a relationship? These days complicated relationships seem to be the norm, but what if I told you that it really takes just a bit of attention to make your relationships work. Why do relationships fail so easily nowadays? Are relationships not “necessary” anymore? We don’t need a partner for security, we don’t need a partner for comfort, we don’t even need a partner for having children! Are we all so independent, self-sufficient, [...]

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