Transforming unwanted emotions into something more useful

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A time of change can sometimes bring us unwanted emotions — things like frustration, anger, fear, and sadness. When this happens our first response might often be to want those emotions Continue Reading →

Alan Watts — realising there is nothing to hold on to sets you free

River flowing between mountains into a lake

For people who like to go a little deeper, this short video of Alan Watts explores some of philosophy that underpins The Churning’s approach to Inner Leadership and antifragility. We are living Continue Reading →

Decision making in times of uncertainty (Stanford)

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A new Insight from Stanford Business School tells us something we probably already know: that when it’s difficult to predict the outcome, people become less likely to take risks. Researchers found Continue Reading →