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Rusia Mohiuddin

#30DaysUPLeadership Dev.
June 15, 2017

meditation is life

Meditation. It’s been like getting to know an old friend who I haven’t seen in awhile. My mind, my body, my spirit, I find sometimes wishes that it was all I did do most days. Alas, like all things, I simply settle for carving out increasing increments…
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writings
November 15, 2016

belongingness in the age of voldemort

The first known use of the word “belonging” was in 1782 and spoke to an essential human need, both emotionally and physiologically, to be accepted in one’s environment, to be loved and to be able to give love. Belongingness is attributed to being one of the strongest desires in human nature simply because the lack of which produces detrimental consequences in individuals and groups on a variety of levels. Like survival, the emotional need for belongingness is something we most often fight to have and keep. And, as with love, connection, and safety, belongingness…
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approachOrg. Developmentwritings
August 8, 2016

the “I” in “We”

The “I” In “We” The Need For Personal Growth in Organizational Development By Rusia Mohiuddin originally published in OD Practioner (Winter 2016 Vol. 47) The focus in traditional organization development (OD) has often concentrated on collective practices, structure, and overall impact of the work based on internal alignment…
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approachLeadership Dev.UPUP+lovewritings
October 12, 2015

vomiting rage

Part 1 of 3 In the 5th century, Greek philosopher Democritus, first theorized that atoms are constantly moving. Today, we understand that these building blocks of matter are, in fact, in constant motion and that this activity produces energy. Scientifically, in the most remedial sense, we are…
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