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From Survive To Thrive: 3 Mindset Shifts That Matter

From Survive To Thrive: 3 Mindset Shifts That Matter

It seems that now, a few months into this crisis, we are experiencing a global shift. The panic and chaos of those early days have settled, and we’re all trying to get acclimated to a “new normal.” As a leader, this transitional time can be a daunting one. How do you move forward with all that has been irreversibly changed? The future is most certainly unknown, and the fate of so much of our working lives is yet to be determined. So how will you adjust, adapt, and lead through this transition? We’ve spent a lot of virtual time with our clients these past months, and all of our data suggest that most leaders in senior positions and at top organizations are concerned with how to make the best decisions possible in this current environment; not just for their organizations, but for their people. They are more engaged and more actively seeking out resources and guidance for how best to move forward in the months ahead…

 

Mind Over Mood: Understanding Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common conditions affecting mental health and overall quality of life, but there are tools for managing them. In this eBook, we’ll explore how depression shows up in the brain, different manifestations of depression and anxiety, various talk therapies, technological innovations, lifestyle interventions and more…

 

‘Japan Sinks: 2020’ Trailer: Natural Disasters Strike in Emotional Netflix Anime Series

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‘Japan Sinks: 2020 uniquely presents stories about current ordinary families in Japan — those who are struggling to survive their lives in such a a catastrophical world, and stand up for their hopes.’ – Netflix’s official synopsis for Japan Sinks: 2020

Based on the 1973 novel “Japan Sinks” by Sakyo Komatsu, the 10-episode series follows a family of four as they attempt to escape a Tokyo disaster zone after a devastating earthquake suddenly strikes Japan. Komatsu’s novel has been adapted a number of times in various forms over the years, including film in ’73, a series in ’75, and a film remake in ’06. This is the first animated series to take on the story, and fans of Netflix anime series DEVILMAN crybaby will be happy to known that award-winning director Masaaki Yuasa is behind it.

Japan Sinks: 2020 will be hitting Netflix on July 9…

 

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