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Guarding your Boundaries

Posted on Mon July 23, 2018.

This Blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. These short stories serve us that observing nature brings us closer to our Self and inspire us every day to live the life we want to live.

Sometimes we feel incomplete, drained of energy, unsatisfied or frustrated as we pushed ourselves too far or we let others "walk over” our boundaries and we did not let them know how we really felt…

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The Painted Wolf Pack

Posted on Mon June 18, 2018.

This Blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. These short stories serve us that observing nature brings us closer to our Self and inspire us every day to live the life we want to live.

We were racing towards where we thought they were and we had no idea what they were up to and how long we would keep up with them.

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Setting your Wilderness Context - Put on Your shoes of Lightning

Posted on Tue April 17, 2018.

This Blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. These short stories serve us that observing nature brings us closer to our Self and inspires us every day to live the life we want to live.

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The Penguin Principle

Posted on Mon March 12, 2018.

This Blog forms part of sequence of short stories where wilderness experiences are found that bring us closer to our Self and inspire us to create the life we want to live. We are reminded that observing wilderness brings us personal growth and insights we can take home and integrate in our busy daily lives where-ever that might be.

This wilderness experience is an unexpected one that showed me how valuable it is to be in the right environment that fits with my talents, strengths and my personality.

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An African story about powerful “Service Leadership”.

Posted on Mon October 9, 2017.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. It serves to remind us that observing natures solutions brings us forward and inspires us every day.

This is the story about what it takes to be a good leader. Is it to be able to boss people around or maybe to be able to do things and organize them better than everyone else? What is it that makes someone a good leader?

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