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The Human Brain 101 jenn baron reset your mindset the retreat Oct 18, 2021

By Jenn Baron.

Hello CEO readers, I'm Jenn Baron, a certified life coach. 

Each quarter I'll bring you doable tips to clean up your thoughts, make minor tweaks to your perspective and take back real control of your life. Read, lower your stress and anxiety and be the real boss of your life...

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Life Lessons: Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda festival hayley mcdonnell life lessons the retreat Oct 14, 2021

By Hayley McDonnell.

If you have been sitting near water in the summer months, you have more in common with this Buddhist festival than you may have realised. Perhaps you've sat under a pagoda for shade and admired its aesthetic contribution to the outside space? This Eastern cultural event is...

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Ask Janine - Anxious attachment; How do I control the fear of my boyfriend leaving me? ask janine janine wirth the retreat Oct 07, 2021

By Janine Wirth.

Dear Janine,

After experiencing two awful relationships, I finally feel that I've found my soul mate. The only problem is that I live in constant fear that he's going to leave me. This anxiety makes me do things that I feel really embarrassed about, like secretly checking his...

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Listen To What Your Body Is Telling You ambila nath the retreat zen den Oct 04, 2021

By Ambila Nath

Our body sends us messages about its internal conditions all the time. Sometimes it offers subtle clues about what it needs in the form of a yawn, food cravings or a gut feeling. Other times, it signals distress through a skin rash, chest pain or unintentional weight loss.

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Growing Your Village: Why Entrepreneurial Communities are Vital to Growth and Sanity startup sessions the retreat tricia scott Sep 30, 2021

By Tricia Scott

“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African Proverb

I often wondered what was wrong with me. Sometimes I felt like I lived on a different planet from the rest of humanity! I had a good job, a lovely home, great friends and...

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Growing a village ilana jankowitz money matters the retreat Sep 29, 2021

By Ilana Jankowitz

It's time we create a global village network. 

I am originally from South Africa, the Rainbow nation, a colourful heritage full of wonderfully warm people. Nelson Mandela said, 'People are not people without other people'

I grew up as part of a community where we...

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Life Lessons: Forgiveness hayley mcdonnell life lessons the retreat Sep 15, 2021

By Hayley McDonnell.

I’ve always tried to believe that when exchanging gifts that ‘the pleasure was in the giving and not the receiving’. Of course, this works best, if at all, with tangible gifts though I throw in a caveat here as the intended reaction is of gratitude and not...

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The Taboo of Ageing nichola english the dressing room the retreat Sep 14, 2021

By Nichola English.

You might think that society these days is a little obsessed with the word ‘age’. 

But what does it actually mean to age with style and grace, and why are we forever looking for the elixir of youthfulness? These, I suppose, are the million-dollar...

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How to Open Your Life to Abundance ambila nath the retreat zen den Sep 10, 2021

By Ambila Nath.

I remember the time in my life that I spent doing the things I needed to do in order to change my mindset so that I could attract abundance.

I had always been the person feeling that I had been left behind and that others were achieving what I wanted. My goals and dreams were...

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From Overwhelm to Calm – Your Thoughts Create Your World ilana jankowitz money matters the retreat the workroom Sep 09, 2021

By Ilana Jankowitz.

Beliefs can have a big impact on our self-esteem. It can be such a fragile thing and when it’s knocked it can have lasting effects.

The messages we tell ourselves as a continual running commentary throughout the day can bring with them huge feelings of overwhelm.

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Ask Janine - How Do I Manage My Difficult Relationship With My Mother? ask janine janine wirth the retreat Sep 07, 2021

By Janine Wirth.

Dear Janine, 

I feel awful even writing this, but I just feel like I've had it with my mother. We've always had a very difficult relationship and I was hoping this would improve now that I'm an independent adult, but it feels like it's just getting worse. Every conversation...

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We're hosting a Blog Carnival! guest blogs the retreat the workroom tricia scott Sep 01, 2021

A blog carnival is an online event created between bloggers. For the month of September, I am the host and our theme is 'Growing Your Village' 

As someone who heads up a large global community, coupled with the fact that September is my favourite month, this seemed like the obvious choice of...

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Dear Entrepreneurs, I Love You but Your Doing It Wrong and Here’s Why the retreat the workroom tricia scott Aug 13, 2021

By Tricia Scott.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever gone to create a post on social media or write a blog or make a video and just think, what’s the point? (it’s better if you read this question in a super exhausted voice and bonus points for raising your hands in the air in an...

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How to Move On from Keeping Clothes We Never Wear nichola english the dressing room the retreat Aug 13, 2021

By Nichola English. 

Every women’s wardrobe I look at is often made up of a mixture of active and non-active wear. 

What do I mean by that? 

Well, we all have clothing we wear most of the time (active), as well as items that are simply unworn no matter what and remain dormant...

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Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread hayley mcdonnell life lessons the retreat Aug 13, 2021

By Hayley McDonnell.

In Christian/Western culture, Jesus teaches believers to pray that God would provide daily bread (Matthew 6:11). Obviously, Jesus was not telling His disciples to pray only for bread even though bread was a staple in the diet of the Jews and had been so for many years....

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Ask Janine - How do I retain my self-worth as the former 'other woman?' ask janine janine wirth the retreat Aug 13, 2021

By Janine Wirth.

Hi Janine,

I'm ashamed to say that I was the ‘other woman’. I had a year-long affair with a married man. It wasn't just a few texts and meeting up once a month. It was a proper relationship; we spoke on the phone twice a day on his commute to and from work, we met up...

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