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Tag Archives: truth

Truthful Baseline

If you don’t know where you are, how can you know where you are going? I began the year 2016 with a focus on fitness, fat loss and learning the truth of performance and progress. Somewhere along the way I forgot (again) the learnings of January/February which was “What gets measured improves” Robin Sharma.  Each day I was running or doing ... Read More »

Books To Explore Truthfulness

Books to Explore Truthfulness

Truth and Truthfulness by Bernard Williams – BUY HERE What does it mean to be truthful? What role does truth play in our lives? What do we lose if we reject truthfulness? No philosopher is better suited to answer these questions than Bernard Williams. Writing with his characteristic combination of passion and elegant simplicity, he explores the value of truth ... Read More »

Is It Really The Truth?

Truthfulness. This is a fascinating word. From the onset it seems so straight forward. Just tell the truth. Tell what really is going on for you or what really happened to you. The Macquarie Dictionary says that ‘Truthfulness’ is conforming to truth, corresponding with reality, as a representation. It goes on to add that ‘Truth’ is conforming to fact or ... Read More »

Adjusting the flow to find peace

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Feedback from my previous post “Holding Back” makes me think my piece may have been a little unclear in its intent.  What I was trying to express was that inside us all are truths which need to be released, an inner knowing that yearns to be explored and set free and the more we grow and the more we ask questions of ourselves, ... Read More »

Truth In Storytelling

Truth in Storytelling

In this edition of THE Rural Woman Conversations and Connections; THE Rural Woman Co-Founder Rebel Black speaks with Jennifer Thompson, a story seeker who supports people to find their voice and be heard. Jennifer and Rebel dive into the topic of truth, using story telling as a guide. Jennifer combines Strengths Based Community Development with Narrative Therapy and Digital Story telling ... Read More »

Strategies To Speak Your Truth

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Co-Founder of THE Rural Woman Rebel Black speaks with Kinesiologist Kerry Rowett from Awaken Kinesiology about the TRUTH and seeks out strategies to speak your truth. Together they explore questions including: – what do you think the truth is? – is there one single ‘truth’? – why do we struggle with this concept so much? – what is the biggest ... Read More »

Letting Staff Go With Truthfulness and Compassion

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As an employer, one of the hardest things you will ever do is let your staff go, and there is no easy way to do it. The reason it is so difficult, even when you have good commercial reasons to do so, is because you are making a decision that deeply affects another person’s life. Even if you are terminating ... Read More »

Gossip and the Right of Reply

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As social beings we must experience interactions with others.  The intention, obviously, is to make these interactions rewarding and fulfilling.  Encounters that feed the soul.  But what happens when an interaction or action, something you say or do in the company of one person gets passed on in a modified form in someone else’s interactions down the track.  When you make ... Read More »

Learning To Say NO

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I was a 22 year old woman. Wise beyond my years, but broken. I was sitting in a teepee on top of ‘the mountain’ that my family has all insisted I go to; to ‘find myself’, with dozens of other women, of varying ages and sizes and backgrounds…and degrees of ‘broken’. We were into day 3 of a 4 day ‘tear ... Read More »

The Virtue of Truthfullness

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Truth is the bedrock of integrity on which we build all our other virtues. It is an ongoing commitment to live by what is real, authentic and true for us. We make realistic decisions. We do not lie, cheat or deceive. We tell the truth kindly, our words and actions are trustworthy, our promise is our bond. We do not allow ... Read More »

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