Category Guest Author

Our Path to Growth is Always Through Difficulty

This is a guest post from April Abboud. April Abboud is a successful American entrepreneur who has moved to the Middle East.  She gave up the business she grew, the culture she knew and having family close by to start a family in a land thousands of miles away.  She has chosen to challenge herself […]

Interview: Oscar Contreras, Entrepreneur and Author

This post is an interview with Oscar Contreras who has recently published the book “B2U” (Business To You and Be To You), a guide to personal branding and entrepreneurship. Oscar Contreras is a former Division Manager for EA Games. He worked on big hits like “The Sims”. Brand Ambassador, Personal Branding and B2U Evangelist.  Currently […]

Teaching Ethics in Schools

This is a guest post from Riya Sander. Riya is an overseas teacher. She has spent her past 5 years teaching in Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines. All too often, I hear adults tell children to simply “do the right thing”.   This is not enough.  We need to help children figure out: what is the right […]

The 7 Golden Behaviors – The secret to create a true “Dream Team”

This is a guest post by Marc Siles, He is an Executive MBA from IESE Business School who leads the INNEOX team from his base in Finland! Over to Marc… The 7 Golden Behaviors – The secret to create a true “Dream Team” Here is what I would like you to do. Think about a […]

On Running 22 Marathons in 30 days (in Winter)

This is a guest post by Luca Rossini. Luca ran home. This is a big deal when you live in Paris and your family home is near Milan. This post shares how he kept the journey going day after day after day…  Over to Luca… How I found the Strength to Run 900 kilometers through […]

The Big Question – by Bill Treasurer

This is a guest post by my good friend Bill Treasurer, who’s latest book Leaders Open Doors makes its big time release this week! Over to Bill… If you’re a leader, there’s an important question on the minds of the people you lead. They may not say it directly, but it is the core question that […]

7 Life Lessons from a Broken Foot

This is a guest post by Tobias Rodrigues who will be collaborating with me next week in the IESE Executive MBA intensive week in Barcelona.  Tobias broke his foot this summer – and learnt some surprising lessons about himself, his family and what it means to be dependent on others.   Over to Tobias… 39 […]

What do you know now that you wish you knew then? #2

Last month, I asked my email subscribers a question:  What do you know now that you wish you knew then? (and wish you did).  Imagine you are having a coffee with a younger version of yourself. What would you say?  (If you still feel that you are the younger self… what would you ask the future you?) […]

Feed your brain: 10 Foods that Build Your Brain Strength

Are you a healthy eater? This is a guest post by Julie Zimmer.  I asked her to share her wisdom on health by telling us some good foods to eat when we need our brain to be at its resilient, productive best.  Do you eat these 10 foods?  (BONUS: at the bottom of the post… […]

What do you know now that you wish you knew then? #1

Last month, I asked my email subscribers a question:  What do you know now that you wish you knew then? (and wish you did).  Imagine you are having a coffee with a younger version of yourself. What would you say?  (If you still feel that you are the younger self… what would you ask the […]

Centrifugal Performer

By Milica Ilic

Manner of Speaking

"All the great speakers were bad speakers at first." — Ralph W. Emerson

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breathing made easy

Anna S. E. Lundberg

Coach, trainer, mentor