It’s that time of the year when lots of people make resolutions that according to research they give up within one to six weeks of starting, and many of their resolutions are repeated year after year! I’m trained in NLP by the well known American author, coach and speaker Tony Robbins who says: “Quality […]
As we approach another year one of the toughest things about chasing our dreams is managing the disciplines of persistent action and hopeful patience. Here is my mentor Tony Robbins practical and inspiring take on keeping the dream alive in all areas of your life. http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20121126174536-101706366-how-to-create-a-breakthrough-in-any-area-of-your-life-manage-your-strategies-your-story-and-your-state What’s the story you tell yourself that holds you back? […]
I usually power up the music, get into a positive state, dig out my Tony Robbins Goal Setting Template & plan my new year. But I don’t this old approach will serve me this year and whilst I don’t think goal -setting is cancelled in 2020— I think it needs to look & feel different. […]
Super heroes I’ve been pondering what being a role model really means as the country shifts it’s values and focus about what really matters, and what really counts, during this Coronavirus Pandemic. We’ve just seen the remarkable achievement of Captain ‘Tom’s 100th Birthday Walk For The NHS’ – JustGiving and we all go outside on […]
So what would you like to achieve in your family relationships in 2019? Your very own Date with Destiny.
I’ve been writing my goals for this new year and I really enjoy taking my time – reviewing my past year, celebrating my big and small successes, analysing my disappointments and my limiting beliefs about myself and analysing things that keep me stuck, swirling or feeling a failure. I really enjoy writing down my new dreams, my […]
Of course regular readers of my blog and my followers on Twitter already know I am passionate about parenting because I see it as the most important job anyone can ever do in their lifetime and the one least of us get any training in. Raising happy, confident, well behaved, well balanced adults is a tough, challenging and exhausting […]
I’m editing my chapter on Work-Life balance for chapter 7 of my new book at the moment and I’ve just had my eyes tested at Spec Savers this week and have just picked up some stylish new glasses. It reminded me of Allison Mitchell’s great book “Time Management for Manic Mums” where she talks about […]