In times like these, the most important skill we can cultivate in our lives and businesses is to become comfortable with uncertainty. Here’s why!
When we find ourselves faced with economic difficulties, illness, stress and intense interpersonal challenges – our default as a society is to qualify these situations as bad. But there are other ways to see life’s situations – without the emotional wear-and-tear.
You might be feeling a bit lost about how to keep your retreat business thriving during this time. Here are the seven keys to keeping your retreat business thriving during COVID-19 (and beyond).
No ordinary retreat center, Domaine Les Fougeres (that’s French for “Domain of the Ferns”), is a bucolic spot in nature, at the gateway to the gorgeous Drôme Provençale region of southern France.
Many contracts include what’s commonly known as a Force Majeure provision. Latin for “superior force,” this language typically excuses performance by the parties to a contract when unforeseen events beyond their control make following through on the contract impracticable or frustrate the purpose of it in the first place.
As transformational leaders we are being called upon to stand strong during this pandemic, to share our love and support, to uplift others – rather than succumbing to fear. Here are some ideas on how you can approach this time in a more productive manner.