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Mastering Complexity: Compassionate Leadership in Turbulent Times

In the pursuit of organizational excellence, one must often revisit the core from which their influence emanates. It is this introspection that fosters a more profound leadership dynamic, characterized by a keen understanding of the self and its relation to the collective. This Inner Journey issue offers structured approach to this reflective practice, designed for leaders who are committed to cultivating a conscious and purpose-driven environment. Step forward into this transformative exploration and become the leader who not only anticipates change but embodies it.

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Navigating Change

Transcending Ego: The Story of Interconnected Reality.

As you might stand on the threshold of a new chapter, it's a time for reflection and fresh perspectives. Separate or interconnected? Which narrative will you choose to embrace, shaping your reality and defining your place in the world?

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Health & Wellness

How to Be Happy with Four Thoughts: Lessons from the Happiest Nation on Earth.

Finland's quiet joy: embodying happiness without envy, forging joy with resilience and modesty, and embracing life's seasons with equanimity.

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I am Pierre-Boris, I help entrepreneurs, creators and leaders align their life and work with their purpose.

From introvert, broken and depressed to spiritual guide and personal development coach, I've used my atypical background to make a positive impact on hundreds of people's lives. Combining 'new sciences and ancient wisdom, I draw on diverse traditions, teachings and practices to guide human beings in a journey from Ego to Self. Their transformation impacts all aspects of their lifes, from their physical and emotional health to their positive impact on the world around them.
Pierre-Boris Kalitventzeff