Managing Stress: The True Meaning Of Doing Nothing
Stress is by far the most out of control global epidemic of our time. The way the world is going, and the nature of modern technology, keep driving people to the edge, which is why stress burnout is affecting increasing numbers of people of all ages. (more…)
The Dynamics of Human Consciousness
One of the key traits of being human is the miracle of consciousness which makes it possible for us to be self-aware and cognizant and ask questions such as ‘who and what am I?’ ‘What is the meaning of life?’, and of course, so much more. Consciousness however, is a...
This podcast features a conversation with Oliver Gunzler, who is in the process of pioneering a new, ground-breaking living science called Electrobics. (more…)
The Vital Balance – Response to Questions
The Vital Balance podcast prompted several listeners to follow-up with questions asking to expand upon how to go about working towards a better balance in one's life, and also how to help others in this process, mainly in the context of leading projects and teams. This episode opens up the...
The Vital Balance
This Fulcrum episode opens up a foundational developmental insight, regarding the natural balance between the Being and the Doing lives of the human. What is the natural balance and nature of interaction between these two lives? How do they work together? This podcast offers a weave of basic insights and...
Five Human Development Trends That Are Changing The World
This podcast is a little journey, touching upon five deeply impactful trends, each opening up into a world of exciting new perceptions and live research. Hopefully, this podcast may provide you with some food for thought, and encouragement, in your journey of self-discovery and self-realisation. (more…)
The Connection Cards – A Tool for Life
Listen to an inspiring conversation with one of the makers of a tool called ‘Connection Cards’, a pack of 120 cards, each portraying a human quality through image and word, to help in the process of accessing oneself and one’s natural potential.
Superiority, Inferiority, and The Third Way
There is hardly a person alive that would not be able to relate to the concepts of superiority and inferiority complexes from the standpoint of personal experience - with oneself and with others. This podcast touches upon one of the prime causes of these syndromes, shedding light on the 'escape...
Human Dynamics: The Role of Roles
Real life role-plays play a big and important part in the realms of inter-human dealings and human development. This podcast ventures into the world of roles in a hands-on way, for those who are looking for new ways to access their natural range, and develop their ability to be a...
The Case With Stress
A first Fulcrum podcast:
What is stress?
What is the difference between handling and coping with its symptoms to dealing with its root causes?
A practical introduction to the Ten Actors Methodology - how to learn to manage stress by becoming a more effective human across the whole spectrum of...
The Future of Volatility
There is so much hope for a better world living in each one of us, collectively amounting to an ocean of hope. And yet, there are things that seem to stand in the way, like the increasing volatility that keeps rearing its head, a little more every day. Global conflicts,...
The Third Way
How to bring peace into a deeply divided, conflicted, confused world? Is it at all possible? Is there a realistic way forward? Has there ever been a state of peace in the world? (more…)
SELF LEADERSHIP: THE INNER COMPASS
Each one of us has an inner compass which is part of the human makeup - we naturally and intuitively know where we want to go, and what is right and not right for us to be doing. (more…)
The Case with Mental Health
The mental health issue is on the rise and increasingly in the headlines. There is hardly a person alive that does not encounter a mental health issue during their life or the lives of people around them. Like any illness, mental health is gradiented – from the light to the...
Three Tiny Challenges
This issue of the Fulcrum is a reply to a set of great questions by Nadir from Canada.
Three tiny challenges:
How does one help others empathize?
Will the division in our world end once more of us develop profound empathy?
Is there a way to change psychopathic or sociopathic behaviour for the...
How to Remember to Remember
This Fulcrum is a reply to a question from Rob from The Netherlands:
What is the function of memory, as it seems to work rather in advantage of your development, but also against it…? So you want to remember that you are a person with ‘good’ intentions, but a minute later...
The Journey to Neutrality
This issue of the Fulcrum is a reply to a question from Liesje from the Netherlands. To make it relevant to the readers, the question has been re-framed while keeping to its original wording because it included a part that makes specific reference to a client engagement that we are...
To start with, a warm welcome to the new subscribers from around the world. The Fulcrum now reaches people from around 70 nations world-wide, with an ongoing flow of heart-warming responses. (more…)
Thinking with Feelings
Life is a deep and profound feeling experience. What are we meant to experience as we live our lives? What is there, awaiting to be felt and registered beyond the known, the familiar, the expected? (more…)
The Change Enigma
There is an all-pervading natural law in the universe that concerns cycles. It has numerous expressions at many levels – the in and out-breath energizing of the body, the alternations between rest and action, daily routines, the stock exchange, moods, the four seasons, day and night, the motion of the...
The Connection Cards Are Here
In this issue of the Fulcrum, I am pleased to introduce to you special Connection Cards – a set of 120 picture cards, each representing a quality. The cards have been created by an international team of dedicated people, with the pictures being freely contributed by photographers from around the...
One Of The Toughest Questions
Do you ever wonder why is it that for most people, one of the toughest questions to answer is: What do you want? What do you really, really want? Take a moment to ask yourself: What do I want? What do I really, really want? How clear and lucid is...
Being Close to Oneself
When I am close to myself, what is it that I am close to? When I am removed from myself, what is it that I am removed from?
Every human being is blessed with an incredible faculty range and the presence of a spiritual core. One is either aware of and...
What is it like to be living in a time of epochal change, the dusk of the masculine-natured old epoch, and dawn of the feminine-natured new epoch, one receding, the other rapidly onsetting?
Subject to your nature of pursuit in life, if you are a lady, you feel this change –...
Self-Leadership: The Lights of Perception
Each human being is a natural born leader – of oneself. There seems to be a misconception surrounding the mentation of role models. Yes, people may absolutely inspire and assist one another. But letting another person’s way direct one’s own robs the seeker from realising his or her special destiny...
The Agile Leader
Definition of agile: marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace; having a quick resourceful and adaptable character.
There is a new breed of leaders, rising under the radar. The agile leader is there not for themselves but for what they believe in, which is bigger than them. He...
Leading Through Crisis
Times of crisis and acute uncertainty push people beyond their habitual thinking and behavioural thresholds. When this happens, people become open to themselves in deeper ways, thereby awakening dormant aspects of their natural human potential. This can cause a dramatic elevation in instinctive pick-up and perception capacity. So, they become...
Being Prepared for the Unexpected
To prepare for radical change, some people build underground shelters that come complete with all manner of cutting edge survival technologies and enough food stored for a couple of decades. There is, however, one snag with that way of thinking. (more…)
The Shifting Powers of Yes and No
Language is a gift – imagine life without it. It is the enabler of intelligence and comprehension and the intricate nuances of how tribes and cultures communicate. A person’s quality of engagement is a product of their range of reference and mastery of language at many levels. (more…)
The New Normal
Crisis often opens the floodgates for new perceptions to appear in ways that cannot happen when people are locked into their habitual cycles. What new perceptions have been turning up in your life due to the Corona event? Has it altered in some way your view of life? Or, your...
Germany – between Trauma, Hope and a Bright Future
The Fulcrum periodical is now up and running for 20 years, with a steadily growing subscriber base from around the globe. Next to its core business of coaching senior executives and leadership teams, Future Dynamics is now expanding its offering, in the way of providing a platform for sharing unique...
Five Key Pointers for the Emerging C-Zone Executive
There is an unseen threshold in the corporate world’s hierarchy; marking a rite of passage to a C-Level role. It has an elastic quality, extending or shrinking in time, depending on who is in the process of crossing it. The future success of a C-Zone executive depends on one’s awareness...
The Pursuit of Harmony
This issue of the Fulcrum is triggered by a question that has been repeatedly addressed to me in the course of the last year in different formats, by people of various ages and positions, from young entrepreneurs to senior executives. (more…)
Entering 2020 From the Future: Change Dynamics
This Fulcrum follows up from the last issue titled: Personal Development – The Living Science of Much in Little.
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Just about every person I know wants to change something. People want to change the world;...
Personal Development: The Living Science of Much In Little
When exercised with a good level of know-how and guidance, personal development is a thrilling, life-transforming process. There are two prime contexts for personal development. The first is of remedial/healing/empowering nature. The second is evolutionary. Engaging in personal development's evolutionary dimension involves a deep study of the human potentiality and...
While I am regularly being asked by my clients for book recommendations, this is the first time that a book is being directly promoted on the Future Dynamics website. And for a simple reason: I believe that this is a book that the world has been waiting for, regarding a...
The Vital Balance of Hard and Soft
Diamonds are rated 10 out of 10 on the hardness scale. And yet, a five-year old wielding a hammer can easily crack a diamond in two with a well aimed blow. (more…)
Five Key Practices For Developing Self-Awareness
It is said that developing self-awareness constitutes some 90% of the journey of personal development. You are likely familiar with the disconcerting experiences of needing to deal with people lacking in self-awareness, or, conversely, the illuminating experience of dealing with a person of high self-awareness. (more…)
The aim of this Fulcrum is to offer an awareness tool to help in the early detection of the onset of stress burnout.
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The World Health Organisation declares stress to be the most lethal disease of the 21st...
The Anatomy of Control
Dictionary definition of Control: to exercise restraint or direction over; dominate; command:
To survive and thrive, any gatherings of people – from companies to nations – requires the right kind of control in order to maintain administrative intactness. (more…)
Global Warming Through Human Development
With the right knowledge and know-how, personal development is a remarkable non-linear journey, engendering exciting outcomes. This Fulcrum offers some food for thought by highlighting the deep connection between the nuclear physics of human development and global warming. (more…)
The Future of Work
The world is changing, rapidly. One of my tasks in helping my clients to generate breakthroughs is to pay attention to emerging trends. When a new trend appears, especially one that is not a direct follow-up of the past, it tends to go unnoticed in its early stages of appearance....
Am I a Natural Born Leader?
By birth-right potential, every human being is a natural born leader – of oneself. You and I are born to lead ourselves and leading ourselves is where the living essence of leadership becomes intimately relevant to each one of us. (more…)
Game of Thrones Uncommon Insight
Game of Thrones has become a big missed opportunity. This Fulcrum episode will explain why and in what way it could have been different. This may be of interest to you even if you have not been following this series. (more…)
The Essence of Culture Change
A well-executed corporate culture change process is a complex operation that requires the launching of several well-synchronized parallel processes with clearly defined time frames and objectives. (more…)
Stress and Natural Alignment
Work-related stress has now been officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) through a revision of the International Classification of Diseases, a handbook for doctors and health insurers. (more…)
The Magic of Kindness
Dictionary definition of Kindness: “having, showing, or proceeding from benevolence”
Each form of life leaves in their trail a unique signature evidence for having been there. Bears leave behind scratches on trees; birds – nests; beavers – dams; wolves – skeletons of their prey. (more…)
The Intelligence of Stillness
An evolving ecology or process cannot exist in a state of equilibrium. It’s either building or slowing momentum; expanding or contracting; growing or diminishing. (more…)
The Power of New Beginnings
Astronomers tell us that the universe is expanding in mind-boggling speeds. Within the next few seconds, our galaxy will have moved on to occupy never previously visited new spaces. Space-wise, the universe is in a constant journey of new beginnings in ways that defy the imagination. (more…)