June 4, 2014

So further to my last post, Peering Through Our Lens of Life, I wanted to share some more insights into the principles behind how we create the experience of our lives via my latest hobby – cycling.

 

So the other week I said ‘yes’ when asked whether I would like to part...

October 24, 2013

Often in the personal development world we talk about accepting our circumstances, our situation, and of course ourselves. In the past, in my old form of coaching I have also told my clients on many occasions that they need to have some self-acceptance before they can...

March 5, 2013

As humans, if we feel wrong, sad, angry, happy – whatever the emotion or feelings - we have a tendency to attribute that emotion to a cause, or outside event. Was it the place? The people? The situation? The consequences of the circumstances we created? And so forth. W...

February 12, 2013

I have just returned from a visit to see my 12 year old nephew, who has a pet python (we are currently in Queensland in Australia, where having a domestic pet of something who relatives live just across the garden somehow seems less peculiar). Anyway we took the kids (...

January 5, 2013

 My son has just turned 2. I’m sure you’ve heard of the phrase the ‘terrible two's’ – a fairly accurate assessment of that phase in a child’s life when tantrums peak.

 

Children don't discriminate as to where they will have their tantrum, so they often happen in prevalen...

July 7, 2012

I have been on this planet for almost 40 years now, and my son has been here for about 20 months. So why does he seem to have better handle on happiness and innate wellbeing than I do?

 

He spends most of his time smiling, blowing raspberries, toddling around the house c...

April 16, 2012

I have been having some amazing personal insights recently, reinforcing just how we find meaning beyond the words we hear or read…… 

 

For example, I’m convinced that the author of a book I read, has broken into my house, re-written the books and put it back in my booksh...

March 3, 2012

As some of you may know, I am currently in Australia with my family on a ‘working sabbatical’. One of many benefits of this is that it gives me time to get back into some sort of decent health and wellness regime, and so I have been out running most days. 

 

Today I was...

March 1, 2012

 A toddler's laws of reality are looser than ours. The consequences of this are huge - and quite amusing......but what a responsibility! One evening, I was having a bit of battle with my 2 yr old daughter, who was stubbornly refusing get in the bath. I ran the bat...

November 5, 2011

Be Curious About..... 

The World is our Oyster...or is it a Tree? 

 

Often when I am working with clients they talk about how overwhelmed they feel with the lack of clarity about their future plans, and how they are procrastinating about different choices and internal con...

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