I recently posted on social media asking my audience what subjects they would find value in me covering, so my next few blogs will be addressing some of the things that people commented about on that post. Today’s blog is going to discuss coping strategies for busy people from all walks of life, and life […]Read More Coping Strategies & Staying Focused
Kids are one of the most beautiful and life changing gifts a person can receive – so pure, so bright, so mouldable. Like with any relationship in life though, it’s a two way street. As parents, there is the potential for us to learn as much about ourselves as our children can learn from us. […]Read More It’s The Small Things
I want to introduce you to the concept of ‘brain money’ – that is, to shift the way you think about how you use your brain in order to achieve better results; namely, a greater level of happiness and fulfilment in life. Each one of us has a brain (yes, believe it or not, everyone […]Read More Brain Money – How Are You Spending Yours?
During my time as a 20 something, I had a profound sense that I would never make it to 30 years old. It was weird; almost like my ability to see my future past that point just stopped. It was a somewhat unnerving, yet serene experience – one I faced with a surreal kind of […]Read More I Never Thought I’d Make It To 30
Yeah – that’s right; I’m talkin’ to YOU! But I’m not saying what you think I’m saying. Rather than chastising you for poking your nose into areas of other’s lives that don’t concern you, I’m talking about running your own business. I am a firm believer in the concept of the modern ‘entrepreneur revolution’, as […]Read More Mind Your Own Business
Entitlement is a tricky subject these days, and it’s a word that often comes with negative connotations and pre-conceptions. Should a sense of entitlement be encouraged in children? What is the difference between someone with an attitude of entitlement, and someone without? On the face of it, I would guess that most of you would […]Read More Entitlement – Good or Bad?
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch As nice as it is to be warm, safe and comfortable, are they states that benefit us? Yes and no. In times of recovery, rest and recuperation, the luxury of being in a state, place or environment that facilitates, and even radiates, […]Read More Step Outside Your Comfort Zone