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Edition 221  |  16 August 2015
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This edition we explore what the great Leonard Cohen can teach us about stillness.
Lauren Singer, a New York native challenges us to go off the trash grid and to live without producing waste. Yep! You have to check this one out.
Inspiration from the incredible (deaf) percussionist Evelyn Glennie, on how to truly listen.
Daniel Goldman dialogues with Bill George on leadership and trust.
Anais Nin in an exploration in maturity and the resolution of inner conflict.
Happy actualising!
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The Art of Stillness
Maria Popova
How Your Eyes Trick Your Mind
Pico Lyer on what Leonard Cohen teaches us about presence and the art of stillness...
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To Truly Listen
Evelyn Glennie
23 Best Productivity Hacks for 2015
In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie illustrates how listening to music involves much more than simply letting sound waves hit your eardrums...
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How Great Leaders Build Trust
Daniel Goldman
Stoicism 101
From a conversation with Daniel Goldman and Bill George Harvard Professor of Management about the key principles of what it means to lead ethically in our current business landscape...
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You Can Live Without Trash
Lauren Singer
Best Leaders
See how one woman's total trash over a two year period fits into just one small jar!
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What Maturity Really Means
Maria Popova
Nothing Can Stop Her
Anais Nin on inner conflict, resolving polarity and what maturity really means...
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