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About Wendy

I love the whole Ys People space. It really resonates with my wish to help people find more fulfilment in their lives. That goes for my family and friends as well as my colleagues! 

As well as my big focus on my family and friends, my 3rd big focus is through my company, The Glastonbury Company, www.glastonbury.com.au. With 6 other practitioners around the world, we deliver the Resilient Leadership Program. www.resilientleadershipprogram.com. This is aimed at indivuduals and leaders striving the make our world a better place. It's based on personal mentoring.

Home comes from what is within.

Coming home with kindness

Our home begins with what's within us.

Positivity Giving Kindness
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10 months ago
(Kindness)
It’s about listening to the stories of all of us at our best; the stories that weave us together as humans.

Five life lessons from an ageing activist

A 50-year journey of learning to appreciate my gifts and place them where they can make a difference; and of letting go of what...

Relationships Kindness Community
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About 1 year ago
(Kindness)
I’m constantly humbled by the kindness and courage of so-called “ordinary” people as they tackle the many challenges that life delivers, yet still work toward a better future.

Let's show up for our shared future!

What future are you showing up for? Does it represent what you really want?

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Over 1 year ago
(Kindness)
Is something wiser and kinder emerging from the flames of Christianity? Picture: iStock.

Where to now for Christianity?

The status of Christianity as it was for centuries is dwindling. Can simple kindness fill the void?

Relationships Kindness
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Over 1 year ago
(Kindness)
Let your inner light shine bright.

Now is the time to be our best

What is the worst that could happen if we let ourselves shine with all our power?

Relationships Inspiration Social Issues
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Over 1 year ago
(Kindness)
Leaders must create an environment in organisations where people can make moral choices.

Moral over-confidence can lead us astray

Moral over-confidence is a very human problem, wrote Nitin Nohria, the Dean of Harvard Business School, in The Washington Post....

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Almost 2 years ago
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My Word for the Year is "RISE".

My word for the year: RISE!

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(Health & Beauty) 9 months ago
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(Pastimes) 9 months ago
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It's 35 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires in South Australia and Victoria claimed 75 lives and more than 2500 buildings.