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Interview with Tom Lombardo, Ph.D., author of Future Consciousness: The Path to Purposeful Evolution

Original published on Spiritual Media Blog 1. What is Future Consciousness: The Path to Purposeful Evolution about and why did you write it? Before answering your opening question, I want to thank you for the opportunity to explain my new book to you and your readers of the Spiritual Media Blog. But to begin, one simple explanation I give of

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How to tell people at work what you really think of them

Reprinted from michelleray.com by Michelle Ray, author of Lead Yourself First Act One Scene One:  Learning a brand new way of implementing: “Don’t get mad, get even.” During a recent training session regarding workplace relationships, I asked attendees to think of a time when a co-worker, client or manager’s words left them absolutely speechless.  Shock

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Seven Habits of Highly Effective Communicators

by Teresa Erickson and Tim Ward. This blogpost is based on the work of the authors of CM’s new publication, The Master Communicator’s Handbook, and originally appeared in the Huffington Post.  In our work as communications experts and advisors, we often hear our clients ask for a short list of effective communications tips. We’ve boiled

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Kilimanjaro: The Peak Experience

by Tim Ward, author of Zombies on Kilimanjaro: A Father-Son Journey above the Clouds (Changemakers, 2012). Originally published in Huffington Post Travel. There is that moment when the indigo sky pales and the stars slowly vanish, yet the sun is still hidden. What time is it? You can’t guess. You are near the top of

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Life Purpose: elusive or obvious?

by Anne Betz I’ve knocked around the coaching world for nigh-on 15 years now, and, as such, have taught many classes on life purpose, taken people through endless guided visualizations, had numerous coaching sessions on the topic where we created cumbrous statements rich with metaphor, and even researched where it might live in the brain. I’m

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