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Spiritual Surfing

Ambi Sitham | Posted 10.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Ambi Sitham

Being spiritual is easy if you spend your life meditating on a mountain top with intermittent breaks for yoga and energy treatments (I actually know people who pretty much live like this) but for most of us attempting to live a spiritual life of sorts we simply don't have the pleasure or privilege of living in this way.

High Sensitivity - Hidden Treasure for Organizations

Thomas Gelmi | Posted 14.07.2014 | UK
Thomas Gelmi

Highly sensitive managers and employees can provide crucial competitive advantages for organizations. The business world is still about higher, fas...

Is Your Problem Actually a Solution?

Alice Grist | Posted 09.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Alice Grist

The cold weather that meant you had to change into a warmer coat, which then made you late. And who knows what this little delay in your schedule caused you to miss, maybe a bad bout of traffic, maybe an accident? Perhaps as the result of this you met a lady at the bus stop who you wouldn't usually see. Maybe she inspired you?

We're in the Middle of an Educational Revolution - Make the Most of It

Joel Nicholson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK
Joel Nicholson

The first full day of One Young World 2013, the world's largest youth leadership Summit, and it kicked off with a bang. The first Session focused on the most requested topic of this year's Summit, Education.

In Praise of the Slow Fix

Carl Honore | Posted 01.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Carl Honore

Most of us struggle to last a week on a new regime before sliding back into bad old habits. We lack the staying power to make deep and lasting changes in our lives. What we really want when the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve is a quick fix.

Zen and the Art of Mathematics

Tim Curtis | Posted 20.08.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Tim Curtis

What does Gove want us back to? He wants young people today to get bogged down in minutiae of detail and take their eye off the goal. He wants worker drones with no sense of their own capabilities and intelligence. He doesn't want people to solve problems, he wants clerks to write down sums in a book, perhaps to help balance the national deficit.