Posts tagged soulmap
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I am happiest when in nature. While exploring South Korea, I was pleasantly surprised to discover 70% of their country was made up of lush mountain ranges. Here is a sacred Buddhist temple adorned with bright paper lanterns and rock sculptures. –S.P.

I am happiest when in nature. While exploring South Korea, I was pleasantly surprised to discover 70% of their country was made up of lush mountain ranges. Here is a sacred Buddhist temple adorned with bright paper lanterns and rock sculptures. –S.P.

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Conscious Leaders

Would you describe your life as purpose-driven and passion-fueled? Do you wake up in the morning feeling truly alive? We all deserve to find out what fills us up with joy and motivation. Being an inspirational leader begins with being inspired.

Years back, I realized my passion and purpose had left my work and life. On paper I “had it all”, prestigious career, financial abundance, loving friends and family. Yet with my head and heart disconnected, I felt isolated.

This set me on my own journey, requiring an open mind and commitment to evolve. I learned new skills, inviting in more play and creativity. This discovery process led to a 9-principled method called SoulMap®. It ignited the passion and purpose back into my own life, and now awakens the leaders I work with. 

Explore your own passion and purpose with SoulMap®

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Conscious Companies

Everlane, the purpose-led minimalist clothing brand based on ‘radical transparency’ is now addressing the plastic crisis in our world’s oceans. Their impact is lasting. After rescuing some 3 million plastic water bottles from landfills and beaches they’ve repurposed them as synthetic fabrics, leading the way as an example of Good Business. 

Read more in WIRED.

Whether you’re interested to improve your workplace culture, enhance your impact as a leader or innovate business models & local economies, check out this valuable resource Conscious Company Magazine.

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Conscious Communities

To truly address the complexity of the world’s problems, we need a new system. A system based on collaboration, integrating economic and social benefits to all stakeholders. As the former SVP of Sustainability at Kate Spade & Company I had the privilege to create a new social enterprise model in Africa with the support of brilliant teams in NYC & Rwanda. 


Read more about Abahizi Rwanda and their social mission to transform their community of 20,000 through the manufacturing of handbags.