Steal These Thoughts! Newsletter: Notes on authenticity

Check out the latest edition of my newsletter.

This week, we explore how embracing your authentic self could bring you success and happiness. Plus, how to reprogramme unhelpful behaviour and habits from your past and much more.

First up, a deep thought piece which I spent nearly a year writing about why we aren’t defined by our parents blueprint.

I’m continually fascinated by human behaviour and exploring why we do the things we do. As a society, mental health issues have been on a scary increase over the last 10-15 years and particularly in my generation, the anointed ‘millennials’.

I’m a believer in the fact that all of us in some way are dealing with the mechanics of a path and way of engaging with the world that we did not choose when we were infants, being most likely thrust upon us by those who raised us. As I’ve grown older, it’s become pretty clear to me that many of us struggle daily, because some of the things we have been taught in the environment from our younger years don’t actually help us live a good life now.

Perhaps, these thoughts and insights of mine on recognising the power we all have to change anything might resonate with you.

Next, a short thought courtesy of a rockstar on why we should not aim to be popular but aim to be real in everything we do.

Last but most certainly not least, my latest article focused on the world of learning where I explore what a modern workplace architecture in 2020 looks like post-pandemic.

I’ll give you a hint, LMS/LXP’s are not the answer.

That’s it for this week. Please do share your thoughts with me on these pieces or anything I share on the Twitterverse and LinkedIn. Chat to you soon and stay healthy people!

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