The human capacity and need for meaningful connections, interactions and relationships is undeniable. In a global economy driven by digital disruption, overachievement and sometimes extreme individualism, there is a shift happening which brings humanity to the centre of attention.
I’ve been interested in emotional intelligence and its role in today’s economy and societies around the world.
I’ve looked at how school education is changing, how organisations are incorporating empathy into their processes and how people are seeking to heal their overstretched souls through ancient wisdoms such as yoga and mindfulness.
And why becoming an expert of our own mind and feelings contributes to thriving in life.