3 simple steps you can start right now to take back control.
Easy to follow, simple steps to start that new habit.
Your story, the one you’ve come up with, might well be a convincing and logical work of fiction. Yet it remains just that. Don’t believe everything you think. A lot of it is not true. I was working with a client recently, who came up with the compelling story that he wasn’t enough unless he … Continue reading Don’t Believe Everything You Think
You know when you get that lead weight, which slowly creeps up on you, starting in your stomach and then eventually taking over your whole body and every waking moment with its heavy burden. Well, I just had that weight. My brother’s best friend recently died. I knew this friend. I also knew this friend’s … Continue reading The Conversation That We All Need To Have
This article is best enjoyed whilst listening to this song - perhaps open it in a new tab and play it quietly as you read? *** My Dad recently got his teeth whitened. I called him vain — he said he loved himself. Then he gave me a big, pearly white and almost blinding smile. I … Continue reading Why Most People Can Never Truly Give to Others
Ted Jackson does not strike you as a man who would run 7 marathons in 7 days on ALL seven continents, but that is part of his charm. This is no ordinary man, housemaster or father. Charismatic, cheeky and in his own words a “chunky monkey”, who still manages to pull off stunts that are difficult to … Continue reading The Man Who Ran 7 Marathons in 7 Days on All 7 Continents
I was watching planet earth recently and David Attenborough spoke of how the growth of one single tree, that broke through the canopy, gave life to thousands of other plants and wildlife. The same goes for us. We all are fighting to break above the canopy of mediocrity in different senses and when we do break through it, … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Fulfilling Your Dreams is the Single Biggest Way You Can Give to Others
Judgement is an innate part of human nature. It allows us to choose our breakfast, pick a song or stay away from threats. Yet, we no longer need to struggle to survive and judgement (or fear of judgement), as a defence mechanism, no longer serves us. In fact, letting go of judgement in all senses … Continue reading A Fear Of Judgement
Recently our family lost a young friend and I personally found myself reeling from the effects of this tragedy and falling back a huge part of my life: music. Music has and always will be one of the most transcendental forms of art and is inherently part of being human. It can transport us to memories … Continue reading 3 Ways Music Can Change Your Life