Weekend Thought

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”

–Steve Jobs

By |April 24th, 2015|

The Closer to Nature The Better

An integral approach in business planning and organizational development has existed for quite some time. It is the most natural approach that we learn from nature. Sadly enough, it took us plenty of time and exertion to understand that if we as humanity want to succeed in anything we just need to take example from nature.

Everything in nature has always been integral – all the nature elements exist in mutual connection and depend on each […]

By |September 18th, 2014|

The Ideal Problem Solving Tool: A Circular Approach

This is part three in a series of posts about The Ideal Problem Solving Tool. In the previous issue we talked a bit about basis of our methodology and how did we get there. Essentially, in order to find a solution, we need to create the environment that would elevate people above the level on which the core of the problem exists. That environment would also serve as a common space or an integral field […]

By |March 11th, 2014|

The Ideal Problem Solving Tool: The Basis

This is part two in a series of posts about The Ideal Problem Solving Tool. In the previous issue we shared with you our discovery that the Einstein’s upper level of consciousness dwells in the WE, meaning the properly organized group of people. What’s fascinating about it that it’s not something new, humanity has known about it for millennia and intuitively used it to some degree.

So, we have a group of people with a common […]

By |March 6th, 2014|

Happiness at Work: The Secret to Success in One Big Step and 21 Small Steps

Conscious happiness at work doesn’t just make your day go by pleasantly faster; happiness can make your day up to 50% more productive.  It is the same if you are a toddler or a surgeon.  Take, for example, research conducted by Shawn Anchor, one of the leading researchers and experts on the connection between happiness and success.  In one study, he compared the time needed for two groups of four year-olds to put blocks together, one group having been primed to be positive.  The positive four year-olds put their blocks together 50% faster than the control group.  The same findings occur with adults as well.  Doctors diagnose 50% faster when their brains have been primed for positive thought. […]

By |October 8th, 2013|

Y55 Happiness Trainer – Mobile App Of The Future

This is a guest post provided by Good Vibe Agency

We have just launched an Indiegogo campaign for the Y55 Happiness Trainer, and the response has been overwhelming. Check out the comments here.  This is a mobile app that will bring about a positive shift of consciousness that the world really needs right now.  Y55 is in honor of the 55 million happiness related searches every month, and just spreading the news of the launch is creating a wave of happiness in the world.


By |August 19th, 2013|

Weekend Thought

“Small communities grow great through harmony, great ones fall to pieces through discord.”

– Gaius Sallustius Crispus

By |August 10th, 2013|
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The Secrets to Being Happy at Work

Corporate Culture FitThe Integral Body & Thinking Integral Group cordially invite you to join us for a FREE intro workshop "The Secrets to Being Happy at Work" on Dec 4, 2014 at 6:30PM.  We all want to enjoy our jobs but why many of us are pretty unhappy being at work and don't really see much of advancement in their careers? Let's not waste our lives, life is too short to be unhappy - We invite you to take on a journey to greater job satisfaction and advancement in your career. We are anxious to see you and to share quite a few Secrets to Being Happy at Work. Space is limited, RSVP at NOW!

Thinking Integral & Scrum Mastering Join Forces to Create Integral Agile

June 9, 2014

Scrum Mastering and Thinking Integral Group have joined forces and created a unique agile framework that combines the latest achievements in Organizational Psychology with the famous Scrum methodology. The Integral Agile methodology naturally blends much-needed human element with Scrum’s powerful set of principles and practices. Adding human connection, the key component affecting team’s performance, enables organizations to create an agile, collaborative and connected culture that brings Scrum to its ultimate level of implement.  

Thinking Integral to Present at IBM Innovate 2014

May 2, 2014

We are pleased to announce that Thinking Integral Group was chosen to present at INNOVATE 2014 - The IBM Technical Summit on June 5, 2014. We will run a special session

"Integral Agile: Addressing the Human Issues In Regard to Full-Scale Deployment Automation."

In businesses of all sizes, communication is a vital factor in achieving success on every level. Communication barriers persist throughout the business world amongst employees and in conjunction with potential customers and clientele, by cause of basic concepts such as tone of voice, body language and simple misunderstandings. Accumulation of conflicts in a workplace result in damaging consequences which consume and deplete a business both internally and externally. Join this session to learn how many organizations have created an open, collaborative culture, particularly when adopting tools that change the working life of employees, and the benefits they have realized from doing so.