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Edition 211  |  28 March 2015
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We thoroughly enjoy putting together each edition of Actualise Daily, and this week we are in love!
Thomas Shulz takes us through the radical role of entrepreneurialism in changing the world, far beyond the spectre of business.
Health Coach Sarah Nanclares demonstrates the critical role of trust in the neurochemistry of wellness. Marina Passalaris supports parents on the very sensitive subject of teens committing self-harm.
Harvard researcher and author Linda Hill reveals the keys to juicy creativity flowing across organisations, while Australian existential writer and philosopher Skye Cleary opens us up to romantic love.
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Collective Creativity
Linda Hill
How Your Eyes Trick Your Mind
From her Harvard studies of the world’s most creative companies, Linda reveals the role of community in creativity...
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Trust is Like Opium
Sarah Nanclares
23 Best Productivity Hacks for 2015
The neuroscience of trust in wellness and healing from chronic illness...
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Support for Self-harm
Marina Passalaris
Stoicism 101
Support for parents dealing with a daughter that self-harms...
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6 Existential Steps to Love
Skye Cleary
Best Leaders
Author of the newly released book, Existential Love, shares tips on creating better relationships...
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Masters of the Universe
Thomas Schulz
Nothing Can Stop Her
A new elite wants to change the world, but they don't want to accept any rules. Do they need to be reined in?
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