Tag Archives: challenges

Navigating Personal Change: Leadership

One of the toughest things to do is navigate change. First of all,  very often, we don’t know what the final destination is. Second, we probably don’t have a clue how to get there. In life, when you are a young … Continue reading

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Leadership: Resilience versus Adaptability – Which is Better?

I struggled with this question. For many years I thought that adaptability was everything. Behold the chameleon that blended in or Charles Darwin’s theory of survival – “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive, but … Continue reading

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Bridging Failures: Being a Successful Entrepreneur

Failure sucks and the hardest part is getting over the experience. Too often it binds us in chains of fear and prevents us from taking the next step forward. Here are some tips to help you on your journey forwards. … Continue reading

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Failure is a Leap of Faith

I hear a lot about the fear of failure, like it is a big thing…a taboo topic or a hidden disease. Failure is an integral part of learning, it is like breathing. Show me a person who has never failed … Continue reading

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Start-Ups: Second Chances – are opportunities to overcome failure by learning from the past

I think we need to re-look the mind-set of failure and convert it into one of second chances. Too often we get stuck in the past. The chains of our mistakes don’t let us overcome pessimism to grab the future, … Continue reading

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