Language is a really powerful tool; so powerful that we often completely underestimate the power it can have in our lives. Yes – language facilitates communication and collaboration between individuals and large groups alike, but it works at a much deeper level than just facilitating the co-ordination of our activities. To dig a little deeper […]Read More The Power of Language
I’ve always been an over-achiever. I’ve strived for perfection in everything I’ve done (and everything I do), and been relentless in my pursuit of achievement – of making a difference in the World in one meaningful way or another. I’ve also always believed that I can accomplish anything I put my mind to – have […]Read More Stop Trying So Hard!
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
Last night, I once again had one of the most emotionally powerful and beautiful experiences of my life. It’s something I only remember experiencing with my second little boy in this way, as he is so much calmer than Reuben was, and still is. Xander has always been such a placid little baby, and in […]Read More My Heart & Yours
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?