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The Art of Possibility – transforming professional and personal life

The Art of Possibility

The Art of Possibility offers a set of breakthrough practices for creativity in all human enterprises. Infused with the energy of their dynamic partnership, the book joins together Ben’s extraordinary talent as a mover and shaker, teacher, and communicator, with … Continue reading

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The Pace of Modern Life vs our Cavewoman Biochemistry

The Pace of Modern life for WomenDr Libby Weaver talks about how in today’s age women are feeling the pressure of trying to be all things to all people and our current biochemistry has yet to catch up with this … Continue reading

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The Sex-Starved Marriage

A sex-starved relationship is when one partner is desperate for more touch, physical closeness and sex. But their partner isn’t, for them sex is not that important.  In her excellent TEDx talk, Michele Weiner-Davis eloquently explains the dynamic and suggests … Continue reading

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The Inspiration Network

A project of the Women’s Worldwide Initiative, this is a lovely new site created by  Uraidah Hassani in the US. Promoted as ‘the only information and inspiration-based online social network for women & girls!’ there is lots of good information, … Continue reading

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The Brain in Love

What is happening inside our brains when we are in love? And why do we crave love?, even to the point that we would die for it? To learn more about our very real, very physical need for romantic love, … Continue reading

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What you don’t know about marriage

In this entertaining short talk, writer Jenna McCarthy shares surprising research on how marriages (especially happy marriages) really work. Get the facts including that in successful marriages wives are usually thinner than their husbands, and that husbands do housework. Share … Continue reading

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Add 10 years to Your Life with a Game

Game designer Jane McGonigal found herself bedridden and suicidal following a severe concussion. To aid her recovery she developed a healing game ‘SuperBetter’. Supported by scientific research she explains how we can all boost our resilience and extend our life. … Continue reading

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Less Stuff, More Happiness

Writer and designer Graham Hill asks: Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness? He makes the case for taking up less space, and lays out three rules for editing your life. All in less than 6 … Continue reading

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Enthum Coaching & Consulting

Enthum is derived from the words ‘enterprise‘ and ‘human‘, to reflect our understanding that organisations are about both the business and about people. By offering coaching we support leaders, managers and teams to increase their self-awareness, resourcefulness, flexibility and resilience.  … Continue reading

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Is Monogamy Unnatural? – audio link

Dr Chris Ryan wrote SEX AT DAWN, and his talk at the Sydney Opera House was entitled: ‘If you want fidelity, get a dog’.  He reviews the enjoyment of sex, evidence from prehistory, and even the charming behaviour of bonobos, … Continue reading

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