Because we don't know, what we don't know.

In this disconnected world, to rebuild a sense of belonging and connectedness with others, the first step is reconnecting and better understanding ourselves. 

We can't engage in positive interactions with others, if we are not feeling in a good place in our minds, heart and body. 

Because we can only see in others, what we can see in ourselves, it is the will to develop self-awareness and live from a place of conscious intention that we can make better decisions for ourselves and others. 

If you believe you are the creator of your own reality and you are ready to make a change in your life, here is some thought provoking content from our Founder, Lauren Cartigny, to identify blind spots and develop a competitive edge at work and at home to win at the game of life!

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4 Ways to reduce stress mindfulness peace self-awareness stress management Mar 29, 2022

We are not designed to be in a constant fight or flight response. Our emotions are our bodies way to tell us how it wants us to calm our nervous systems!

Option 1 - Breath-work

Our breath is the cheapest and most effective and immediate way to sooth our nervous system to access a state of calm...

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How mindfulness boosts innovation? high-performance coaching leadership life coaching mindfulness self-awareness self-development Jan 24, 2020

Creativity and innovation are uniquely human traits, but our increasingly fast-paced lives are hindering our innate ability to think outside of the box. 

With pressures and responsibilities mounting as we try to grow our business or reach specific targets, our brains often sink into...

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Anxiety: A fear of the unknown anxiety mindfulness peace stress management Mar 17, 2019
"It is not what happens to you, it is how you respond to it."

Epictetus

We will all experience testing times in our lives. That is a fact. I know, I certainly already have! Over 18months ago, I found myself responding to a personal crisis with severe anxiety. I was in a dark place. Over a two...

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