Corporate Intuition

The Void of Success

“What happens next?” What happens when we finally arrive at the top of our mountain having spent a lifetime climbing to reach the summit?  What happens when we actually achieve all that we have set out to achieve, attain all that we aspired to attain, and have all that we ever wished to have?  What happens… Continue Reading

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Embracing the feminine

Intuition is divinely feminine, not necessarily divinely female. After decades of analysis of the value proposition for men versus women in the financial industry, especially at the executive levels, it may be time now to look at things through a different set of eyes.   In order to evoke more positive and inclusive change, is it possible that… Continue Reading

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The “Leader”, defined

The leader is the one that says “this is who I am” and would dance naked on stage if they felt that it would give somebody a rise.  What I mean by giving somebody a rise is a step up in their life.  The one that is the leader, leads with their faults, rises up,… Continue Reading

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The rise and fall of leadership

In the heart and soul of every leader is a moment when to speak about history they must revisit and reveal their own; Strive to greatness through the causes that created their falls.  These things don’t happen to everyone.  They only happen to the best of them, for the best – for the good, the… Continue Reading

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Inspired Contribution

I was recently asked, “What are the benefits of intuition training in business?”.  I answered,”inspired contribution“, and in that moment, I wondered exactly what I meant. I see life like a puzzle and each of us a colourful piece that is uniquely ours to contribute to every place we arrive.  It is our contribution and… Continue Reading

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