If you live to the ripe old age of ninety years old, then thirty years of your time on earth will be spent asleep (based on the recommended eight hours of shut eye you should get a night). Thirty years! So let me ask you, what have you been doing when you look back over … More The Benefits of Sleeping for Your Emotional State
You’ve made the decision that you’re going to buy a new car, after finally choosing the make and model of the one you’re going to purchase. But you can’t decide on the colour; you’re leaning toward the red as it’s your favourite, but you also like the white. Over the following few days until you … More We See What We Want To See
How many times a week do you find yourself saying to yourself, or others, the words ‘I should….’? I should feel happy about this… I should eat more healthily… I should have moved on by now… I should apply for that job… I should try harder… I should be doing more… I should exercise more … More I Should vs I Could
What does ‘failing’ at something mean to you? Why does that word seem to scare us all so much? What are we afraid of exactly? In general it seems that it’s a deeper fear that sits heavily on us when we think about it’s meaning, with many people making the following link: I failed at … More F.A.I.L = First Attempt In Learning
‘It’s a new week which means a fresh start and a brand new me!’ On Sunday you found yourself sitting on the sofa unhappy with the way an area of your life is going and decided something different has to happen. ‘Enough is enough, tomorrow is when I make the change and become the me … More When Motivation Isn’t Motivating Enough
‘What if I go for something and I don’t get it?’ ‘What if I spend all of my hours trying to make this work and it doesn’t go as planned?’ ‘What if I’d gone for that job promotion?’ ‘What if I’d gone travelling like I’d said I wanted to…..?’ ‘What if I’m not good enough…?’ … More What If You Stopped Saying ‘What If’?
Jim Rohn was the motivational speaker who shared the following piece of advice; “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” The rule suggests that the five people you spend the most time with shape who you are….and we might interact with many people, but the few who are … More Who’s In Your Circle?