Gaia Hart, CEO (Chief Energizing Officer) Connect to Your Capacity

? Question Your Actions – Are They Merely Obligations?

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October 4, 2015 | Posted in Leading Hartfully | By

To avoid having to say no to obligations, schedule both your personal and professional time on your calendar. When somebody requests your time, your calendar can say no for you. This helps ease the guilt in some of us who

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Four Core Needs of Every Employee

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September 23, 2015 | Posted in Leading Hartfully | By

The Harvard Business Review interviewed more than 19,000 people, at all levels in companies, across a broad range of industries asking the question of what stands in the way of our being more satisfied and productive at work. The results

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% What Percentage of Your Life is Spent in a State of Freedom?

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September 4, 2015 | Posted in Leading Hartfully | By

Freedom is enlightening and is there to be savored for all it is worth.  It truly is energizing when you have the freedom to be yourself.  Proclaim your independence and vow to live your life freely starting today. Think about

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Listening on Demand in a Demanding Generation of Workers

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August 23, 2015 | Posted in Leading Hartfully, Living Hartfully | By

Living up to our capacity at all levels includes our communication styles and ensuring they are up to snuff. Especially with the new brand of employees now in the workforce and those entering in the coming years, Generation Z.  The

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ALT – Alternatives, You Have Them

Gaia putin bay sign

August 4, 2015 | Posted in Leading Hartfully, Living Hartfully | By

You have a choice to either panic and stress out, or hit Any Key to open your windows to better options. Choose positive options that make you happy and add joy to your life. Are you truly doing what you

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Employee Health & Well-Being Programs Need a Check-up

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July 23, 2015 | Posted in Living Hartfully | By

With 85% of U.S. companies employing 1,000 people or more offering some sort of workplace wellness program; you would think that Americans would be getting healthier.  Yet merely offering a wellness program is no guarantee that employees know about it,

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