I want to give you some goal-setting skills. This is how I goal set, I do this pretty much on a daily basis. Obviously I have my very very high level goals for my life, which I obviously write-down. But one thing I do want to be doing is writing down my goals twice a […]Read More Knowing Your Outcome
We’ve all had moments in our lives where we’ve been so overwhelmed with a certain situation that we freeze like deer in the headlights – it can be so overwhelming to be overwhelmed! It’s a negative feedback loop; you have so much to deal with, so many tasks on your to-do list, that you begin […]Read More The Overwhelm of Overwhelm
In a lot of ways, I’m still finding myself. Even looking back on the last 5 years, and recognising how far I’ve come in both my personal and professional development, I am acutely aware that there is a long and winding road still ahead of me. I’ve made some massive leaps in the last few […]Read More The Onion & Me
That’s right; sometimes you just have to commit to being WRONG. Does that sound counterintuitive? Well, that’s because it flies in the face of everything you’ve ever been taught – especially in school. School teaches us that we get rewarded when we are right, and chastised when we’re wrong. But what’s wrong with that? Isn’t […]Read More Sometimes You Just Have To Commit To Being Wrong
Does quitting something that not working out for you make you a failure? Or does it make you smart for moving on from something that wasn’t working anyway, freeing you up to work on something that’s more in line with your skills and abilities? Well, that depends. It’s not as cut and dry as being […]Read More Does Quitting Make You A Failure?
Regardless of who you are, what walk of life you come from, or what future lies before you, you have experienced some sort of pain in your life – not for the first time, and certainly not for the last. Though, the question is not about the quality of the pain, but the quality of […]Read More Pain + Reflection = Progress