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Novice and Senior Rotarians Form Robust Connections

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Have you seen Rotarians struggle to mix senior members with rejuvenated novices in ways that grow their club to benefit all? A Rotary club’s challenge is to value traditions built on yesteryears, and at the same time open windows into refreshing opportunities suited for a new era. It takes shared… Read more »

Nab Chances and Risk Growth with Brain Based Hacks (Post 1 of 3)

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What mental triggers boost our brain’s capacity and unleash personal potential? And what hacks will help? We asked this two-footed question to grow our Rotary club, and the probe launched delightful directions and added awesome new members along the way. How so? We wondered what would happen if we collaborated… Read more »

Record of New Member Rotary Growth

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New memberships, in Edmonton Strathcona Rotary Club progressed with six mindful hacks. We began moving together from the premise that the brain changes itself when we act on key changes we seek! Apply that concept to new Rotary memberships in our club and we observed the need for the entire… Read more »

Integrate for Growth

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Does your organization mix it up more to open access into shared values across a wider reach? Integration is as natural to our brains as books to learning. It’s also essential for practices that jumpstart our brains and foster productivity. It takes diversity to activate integration skills across an organization…. Read more »

Diversify to Showcase Multiple Sides

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While in Jamaica to speak about  brain based renewal, I spotted diversity problems and possibilities alive and well from a car radio. En-route to the University of West Indies, radio guests discussed broken systems in general, and specifically Jamaican policies that got  implemented without discussion from citizens. Opposition heated as… Read more »

Nurse Crisis Calls for Mindful Alert!

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Many heroic nurses who help us all survive medical challenges, currently face  increasing barriers to wellbeing in their field. Remember when Barak Obama’s youngest child suffered Meningitis and he raved about nursing care that restored her health? Now, just a few years later the entire nursing profession as we’ve valued… Read more »

Motivation – Wings for Achievement

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If motivation adds wings for achievement, and if performance drops to the ground when it’s cut off, what does your motivational airship look like today? Unless you know what motivation looks like, you’ll rarely ride its wonder, or fuse its mental energy into your day. To cross  the interplay between… Read more »

Do Women and Men Lead Change Differently?

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Some say that men’s logic rivals women’s emotion, when it comes to leading change, problem-solving or coping with stress. Others say that successful men and women use both logic and emotion – but they use it differently to lead change and cope with stress. What do you say? Interestingly,  hilarious… Read more »

Run from Perfect – Embrace Excellence!

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It’s one of the great ironies of our modern era. We’re obsessed with staying well, and being perfect. Have you noticed though, we’re as unwell and imperfect as we’ve ever been. And sadly, we’re also leaving many good people behind along the way. Embrace excellence and our brains rev up… Read more »

Build Playful Paths into Imagination

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Not only is play the exultation of the possible, as Martin Buber claimed, but it’s our brain’s preferred way of learning. Luckily, the human brain comes equipped with a playful enthusiasm for life. In fact, George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old… Read more »