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17 11, 2018

Mission and Mastery

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Mastery and Mission Workshop 'First you must lead yourself, then you can lead your life and work so it serves your clients, your community and you.' Eilish Bouchier Nothing great is accomplished without purpose and meaning, but even the biggest vision requires grit to go through it. Come and explore your pathway to self-leadership as a pathway to living daily with purpose, prosperity, pleasure and play. Bring your questions, fears and courage for an afternoon of discussion, yoga, meditation and visualisation You'll learn • 7 Steps to Happiness • Freedom of Discipline • Aligning Values & Vision You'll experience • Visualisation, calm and clarity You'll leave with renewed purpose and focus and • a guided daily practice to apply immediately in your life Eilish Bouchier is a time and space alchemist. She practices and teaches embodied leadership weaving Kundalini Yoga and Meditation and Design Thinking. Former principal of an award winning branding communications studio. Eilish has worked globally for more than 25 years with global and local businesses at the connection of creativity, commerce and consciousness. Aligned leadership honouring your whole self and the natural cycles of creation are at the centre of her work.

5 05, 2016

Ask for everything. Expect nothing.

By |May 5th, 2016|Creativity, The Daily Practice, Work, Money and Play|0 Comments

via Pinterest http://www.duitang.com/blog/?id=39020576 We often don't ask for what we want because we don't want a big fat NO, or judgement at our audacity to think we deserve, or just the plain old fear of failing. I recall my nephew when he was very young being very shy about asking for something. [...]

2 05, 2016

Why syncing with the cycles of creation matters to you?

By |May 2nd, 2016|Creativity, The Daily Practice, Uncategorized, Work, Money and Play|0 Comments

via pinterest www.iheartfaces.com                             A child never worries about leaving one game and going to another. They don't imagine when they leave one activity there won’t be another waiting for them. In ’normal’ environments they trust their needs are taken [...]