THE CONTRIBUTORS

   
Nicole helps people and companies provoke the change that gets them buzzing in the right direction. If you are interested in challenging your assumptions further, or discovering what you can do to either provoke change for yourself or within your company, feel free to contact Nicole for a chat and see where that might take you. Contact her at: nicole@lobotobee.com
Skander is an executive coach passionate about his work. He has a surprisingly structured approach when it comes to personal fulfillment and professional growth. Contact him at: skander.dahane@sd-consulting.ch
 
Maura is the founder of The Busy Lifestyle and she writes about stress management, change management and the adventure of building a business online.
At The Busy Lifestyle we help business executives and entrepreneurs who understand that being successful is not the same as being fulfilled. We provide daily thought-provoking articles, tips and resources to help them unlock their human potential and multiply their professional success. We talk about personal development, leadership and entrepreneurship.
Whether it's French fine food or natural juices made from the best Swiss fruit, Florence, the founder of two start-ups, has a passion for healthy living.
Christina is a business & brand builder. With her background as a marketer and creative problem solver, Christina brings insight and clarity to moving businesses forward. She identifies future opportunities & builds brands that engage the customer; and she likes to inspire others to do the same
His story is as interesting as his history (a former project manager, COO and CEO, now a part time life coach and part time project manager). Arnon set out on a journey to search for a better quality of life. He talks about his journey in his blog No Ferrari to Sell, No Monk to Become.

FROM THE CONTRIBUTORS

18 Books on Leadership, Entrepreneurship and More

An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth? A book about leadership? Really? Or entrepreneurship. How come? I would argue that this is THE best book I have read about both. Chris Hadfield tells you stories about what it is to lead in extreme conditions. And to think fast and be creative...

How to Be Productive at Work – Deep Work in a Distracting World

How to be productive at work when your whole work day is fragmented by countless, unpredicted and unpredictable interruptions? At the end of a busy day, you realize that you have been constantly moving and doing, but you haven't actually achieved too much. In this age where complexity is ever increasing,...

Creativity, Locus of Control and the Formula of Happiness

  Studies have shown that there is a correlation between creativity, locus of control and happiness. The studies have found a positive correlation between external locus of control and creativity, and between creativity and happiness.   Locus of control: If you believe that due to your skills and effort you are in control of...

Don’t Stop When You’re Tired. Stop When You’re Done

To start with, if you stop when you’re tired, you have already stopped waaaay too late. You might have heard about the Pomodoro technique (for those who never did, it’s simple: you work in chunks of 30–45 minutes, or more, focusing your attention on only one thing. When the time...
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