The “Celebration Mindset”
You already have it! The innate desire to celebrate and be celebrated. In fact, our brains are hard-wired to be magnetically drawn towards a “reward” state, or a state ripe for celebration.
I awoke in Montana with a smile on my face knowing I would be in Singapore in approximately 30 hours with stops in Denver and Tokyo along the way. Easy riding until Tokyo, where the lesson in gratitude really begins.
By Karolina Gwinner
The topic of women in leadership has resonated with me ever since I realised that the bosses, mentors and role models I admired and learned from were all males. Yes, it would seem that I was biased!
Such is the incredible hospitality of the Bhutanese people that when her usual sources could not find a horse my hotel manager sent me in her own car to the start of the trail which led up the mountain to Tiger’s Nest Monastery to see if we could find a horse.
Arriving at the beg