6 Tips for getting perspective on ageing

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Photo by Lotte Meijer on Unsplash.com

You are as old as you feel. That may be true but everything around us (media, advertising, society) says younger is better. Well – the inevitability of ageing is there – regardless of our youthful presentation. Here are some tips that will help you keep a youthful perspective!

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Jason Sauer: A life redefined

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Photo credit – author’s own

Jason Sauer had his legs amputated in 2011. One day he was walking, skiing and snowboarding – the next his life was to be redefined as he faced the prospect of losing his limbs. Uncertainty and challenges followed, as well as many life lessons. His unapologetic story is one of courage and determination, retold here in two posts.

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Do you have compassion in your workplace?

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Photo by Climate KIC on Unsplash.com

Work takes up a lot of our life. Having a workplace you enjoy working in is important to ensuring both your success and your valued contribution to the organisation. It is not always like that though.

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Why gratitude is good for you

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Photo by Elaine Casap on Unsplash.com

Gratitude is a social concept. It involves others – usually recognition of them giving us something. The act of gratitude may be simple and involve basic niceties, but effects are far-reaching.

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3 Interesting reads you may enjoy

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Photo credit – Igor Ovsyannykov via unsplash.com

Every day I see many emails, posts and articles that come through my various information feeds. Their volume can be overwhelming. We need to manage the influx of data in our lives. This post offers just three reads.

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Thoughts about knowledge …

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Photo by Roman Kraft on Unsplash.com

Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers. It may not be difficult to store up in the mind a vast quantity of facts within a comparatively short time, but the ability to form judgements requires the severe discipline of hard work and the tempering heat of experience and maturity.
~ Calvin Coolidge

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