7 Things To Do In Lockdown

The latest government roadmap aims to have us returning to almost normal in another few months all going well. That means there are still plenty of things to do in lockdown while you have the time. Its been a long year in and out of lockdowns. Some people have been forced to learn new things,…

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Key Skills For The Post Covid World

I recently read an an article in Forbes about what the key skills for the post covid world are likely to be. Nobody knows exactly what that world will look like yet but we can safely bet it will be very different to the one we were used to. The world of work has already…

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Practical Visualisation Hacks

The brochure of the house we couldnt afford but ended up buying anyway through practical visualisation

Back in 2016 I wrote a post titled  “Why you should write your meta story”.  It’s proven to be quite popular so I thought I’d update it for 2020. I also want to include some thoughts on practical visualisation as I practiced that long before I ever heard of meta stories.  I’ll start with a…

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This Law Of Attraction Thing

law of attraction

The law of attraction is a bit of a problem for me but I can’t argue with facts, as the following true story will testify.  I’m a devout (if that’s not a contradiction in terms) atheist. I don’t believe in God, heaven, hell, the afterlife or in anything that can’t be backed up with scientific,…

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The Importance of Change

The Importance of Change I watched some videos recently by the likes of Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield and Abraham Hicks. Do the same and you’ll find that everyone in the personal development space stresses the importance of change. Want a different life? – a different outcome? Then you need to change your way of thinking,…

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Raising Your Lifestyle Bar

Interested In Raising Your Lifestyle Bar? Raising your lifestyle bar – what you’ll settle for in life – isn’t easy. I guess that’s why so many of us settle for far less than we ideally want out of life. I got thinking about this after some friends had been over for a visit last weekend.…

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Seeing Redundancy As An Opportunity

Redundancy As An Opportunity For Change It’s really hard to look at redundancy as an opportunity for change. I was laid off twice so I’m writing from personal experience. In truth I didn’t see my redundancy as an opportunity of any kind for some time but as they say, hindsight is a wonderful thing. Looking…

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Procrastination – 6 Ways To Fight It

Procrastination - 6 Ways To Fight It

Hands up if you have a procrastination problem! Mine is in the air. It’s nothing to be ashamed of – its actually the default position of the human race – we are programmed for pleasure now, not later. Back in our hunter gathering days when food was hard to come by that served us well.…

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The Benefits of Mentors

The benefits of mentors are clear to me now. You know that feeling when you can see the massive possibilities of something but just cant figure out how to get there? It remains frustratingly out of your reach even though you see others getting there …. You can either persevere or give up. If you…

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Living In The Now

Are You Living In The Now? Living in the now is the cornerstone principal of Eckhart Tolle’s famous book The Power of Now. TV presenter James May put it very well recently when he said that Human beings can only actually live in the now – it’s all we have. He went on to say…

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