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Resilience through Adversity

The story of Robert McCrea – a successful producer and actor, reads like something out of a Hollywood movie. His personal journey screams “resilience through adversity .” Rob’s father managed to escape from the prison camp. He was a refugee from Burma at the end of the second world war whose reference for fathering was […]

Switched On with Compassion Accountability

During the pandemic, a new meaning came to Dr Nate with compassion mixed with accountability. This is even more valuable, and the work with clients is more important at that time, when compassion needs to be reconciled with accountability. Every day with Covid -19 opens a different chapter. The need for balance has never been […]

Poetry in Motion

Life can be Poetry in Motion as Kate Hammer invokes the call of Madonna ( as mother ) “not about performance or  conformance, the invitation is to walk, step in, or step out with compassion, care, soothing  and empathy. “ Inside the rings that Kate and her husband exchanged were the letters WWO the number 2 and the […]

Tesse Talks On Gratitude

During a challenging year, Tesse has experienced the kindness, care and compassion of colleagues, clients, friends and family. The kindness of strangers has warmed her heart and comforted her at times of darkness and sadness.  She has been able to carry on doing what she loves most, serve people, serve the community, and support her […]

Soaring through Analytic Coaching

“Find the rooms and the conversations and the friendships and the love affairs, where that intuition can blossom into inquiry. You can deliberately choose the risks you want to face and that you’re resourced when life blind sides. Dr. Kate Hammer touches on the importance of dialogue and reflects on questions the world is asking […]

Compassionate Accountability

Compassionate accountability means that feelings matter, thoughts matter and behaviour matters. The associated tools are helping physicians and surgeons deliver bad news to patients in a compassionate way, helping boards of directors lead their CEO’s more effectively, supporting negotiators do a better job, turning regrets into commitments for the future. The applications are really infinite. […]

Self Love Matters

Self love matters! Nancy White tells us why. It not only empowers us, it also helps us to be able to love and empower other people. We’re all unique and different.  If we can’t love ourselves first and foremost, we can not love anybody else.   Part of self-love is those things that are not only […]

Self-care is not weakness – it is being human.

Self-care is not weakness. It is being human says our guest Nancy White, an entrepreneur of 35 years. It is being accountable to ourselves first and foremost. Not yo-yo diets, but more of the sustainable, healthy lifestyle with choices will keep you well as you age, mature and weather each season. Everybody needs to be […]

Esua Goldsmith and Being An Only

Award winning author, Esua  Goldsmith grew up  “being an only “ in a  white working class neighborhood in the 1950s in south London. She was the mixed race daughter of a white single mom and a Ghanaian father who she never knew as a child. Often being “an only one”, Esua describes the feeling of being “an alien dropped  from outer […]

The Space Between Black And White

Esua Goldsmith has always been a writer. Her memoir  “The Space between Black and White”  illustrates the painful, lonely existence of a mixed race child growing up in Britain as an “only “. That child was Esua. Life can seem like a whole series of random events that don’t make any sense, but it’s only […]