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Heart And Mind

 

Glenn Geffcken

Glenn Geffcken

Partner / Author

It’s been said that the longest journey is the eighteen inches from the head to the heart. Glenn Geffcken spent many years immersed in the corporate world developing his mind, and as he came to rely increasingly more on his mind he found his intuition and creativity diminishing. What’s more, he found he wasn’t finding any fulfillment doing the work that he used to be so passionate about. The answer he found, was to journey into the heart.

The Heart & Mind blog is about bridging the gap between the heart and the mind in work and life. In particular, it’s about relating to the importance of heart-based leadership, which leads to greater intuition, innovation, stronger culture and personal fulfillment.
 

Transcending Single Stories

 

Maria Rueda

Maria Rueda

Partner / Author

Maria Rueda has spent the majority of her adult life in pursuit of spiritual understandings and personal growth, and yet, up until the fall of 2014 there was a missing piece. The missing piece, she found, came with an awakening of stories she had adopted about herself that were continuing to keep her feeling small. These were stories that had become so engrained that they felt real, even though they were false.

The Transcending Single Stories blog provides insights and inspirations about the stories that keep us stuck and how to transcend them to move beyond the limitations we’ve placed on ourselves. Maria shares personal experiences of how she became aware of her own limiting stories and how she has and continues to transcend them to find greater freedom and empowerment.
 

Heart And Mind

 

The Cobbler’s Shoes

The Cobbler’s Shoes

The story of the cobbler’s shoes is a real phenomenon. It means we tend to teach, assist and facilitate for others what we have a hard time doing for ourselves. A web design company that struggles to find the time to refine its own website. The therapist who helps...

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Transcending Single Stories

 

Look At All That Pain

Look At All That Pain

Have you ever wondered what pain looks like? I hadn’t really thought about the different faces of pain until recently while attending a women’s retreat. Prior to this retreat, if I was to be asked what I thought pain looked like, I would have said that it looks like...

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Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. God Himself is not secure, having given man dominion over His works! Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful...

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Shift: Indigenous Principles for Corporate Change

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