Tunnel vision! Blinkers! Sound familiar? This can be a state of affairs when going through our daily grind. Focusing on just one thing. Mostly this is helpful, as we search for Continue reading →
So we have been online now for 4 years. It's been an amazing journey, and hard to believe this journey began 4 years ago, almost to the day. I share with you the TOP 5 blogs over that period of time. Continue reading →
First of all I want to blow a myth - TIME MANAGEMENT. We cannot MANGE time. We cannot MAKE time. We cannot SAVE time. The best that we can do, is manage what we do with the time that we have, to the best of our ability. Continue reading →
I was celebrating Hump Day today and catching up on my Social Media when I came across a very sad post from my colleague Mary Corbett. Her mum had passed away, and she had the intuition to accept the thoughts and challenges that came up for her during that difficult week.
Since this is such a personal expereicnce I thought I could share with you how I managed to break the barrier of my comfort zone today.These thoughts are simply to share with you the trickster things we can do to ourselves to achieve a POSITIVE outcome. Continue reading →
The 29th of February beats all the other days – Christmas Day, New Years Eve, Birthday, Valentine’s Day for marriage proposals. And simply because it only comes around every 4 years. Continue reading →
I love what I do! I predominantly help others learn, grow and grow through their learning. They say that trainers and sales people have similar traits. One of them (they say) is that of a need for validation. I say they are right (whoever they are). I say nothing excites me more than someone having a light-bulb moment or someone just “getting it” after spending quality time with me as a Trainer or as a Coach (or both). Continue reading →
Imagine a world without stress. Imagine a world where no-one is demanding anything from you. Imagine you are the happiest you could possibly be. Can you imagine all that? I hope so, because if you cannot, that is a sure sign that you require some “ME” time.
whatever you look forward to this Christmas, make sure you write down at least ONE thing from your wish list, and really tell yourself you will achieve it this coming year!! Go on, it will work, I promise!
If you are stressing about past Christmases, or any past event, then you are relying on memory to provide the stress factors. Those stress factors can limit us in our everyday tasks. If you are stressing about the coming Christmas, or any future event, then you are just imagining it and creating your own stress factors. Based on what? Future event stress is normally based on previous events, so we are back in the past, which is imaginary, remember?