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About Editor Lovelia

As editor of ICN, Lovelia is responsible for approving articles that iCN subscribers read in our online magazine. She makes sure that everything in the publication is laid out in such a way that readers, subscribers, writers and advertisers are able to express and relate to one another. She also handles design and implement marketing and advertising campaign. Organise and run online product launches and liaising with other team members on a regular basis. Lovelia manages all iCN International journalists worldwide.

How to Make the Right Decision Every Time

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by Ken Keis (Canada) Decision:          The act or process of deciding; a determination arrived at after consideration; a report of a conclusion; promptness and firmness in deciding In a recent research study of high performers, one of the top six habits or conditions was that high performers have clarity.

Being Authentic

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by Sheron Silvera (UK) I want to share with you my thoughts on being Authentic. I have had some challenging experiences in my life which has led me to my path to become a Mindset and Transformation Coach. Supporting  Aspiring Entrepreneurs find their Purpose and step into the lifestyle

Future Proof Leadership

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For Your Company to Thrive, Your People Must Thrive By Corry Robertson (Canada) Why do you need to think about Future Proof Leadership? According to Gallup, 84% of Canadian workers are either not engaged or actively disengaged. The Business Development Bank of Canada is warning that Canada is experiencing

Your Spiderwebs are not Made of Cement

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by Barbara Roux-Levrat (Switzerland) Limiting thoughts are like spiderwebs that block your neurons from communicating in a logical manner. You could spend your entire life running around in circles in your head. Faced with a challenge, you could rationally think: ‘You I can. Yes, it’s my thing. That’s what

Feel It To Be Free

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by Petra Juhászová (UK) ‘Please just understand me!’ Why can’t you understand me?’ How many times we said these sentences or anything similar. I am sure that we can immediately think of a few crucial conversations where we were emotionally involved (or not), and these sentences left our lips

Earning the Respect of Your Team

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by Anne Bachrach (USA) One of the difficult tasks you need to accomplish in your role as a business owner is to earn the respect of your employees and clients. Being in charge is not going to get you the respect you are looking for. You have to work

Thinking About Your Future?

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by Emma Ford (UK) There are many books and articles to help you think about your future, all giving good advice and process for example What Colour is your Parachute by Richard Bolles. But there is often a tension between goals and aspirations and the reality of needing to