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Category Archives: Wisdom & Spirituality
A big part of a coach’s work is to help a client uncover their limiting beliefs – things that hold us back and get in the way of progress and change. One thing I have noticed is how our labels … Continue reading
We’ve just passed the Equinox – one of two dates each year when the hours of daylight equal the hours of darkness. This marks a change in the rhythms of nature. And all over the world there are rituals that … Continue reading
This week’s article is not about saying, “No” to things – although that is one option. And it’s not about making time for something else on your busy to-do list. It’s about spending the time you already have a little … Continue reading
We all have them – gremlins, an inner critic, a ‘heavy’ whose purpose is to keeps us from making mistakes and helps us please – and avoid – upsetting others. The problem is that because these gremlins have been with … Continue reading
We live in a society that believes that facts, science and rationality will solve all our problems, and yet we are still ruled by our feelings and emotions. Suppressing and AVOIDING our difficult feelings simply blocks us from learning valuable … Continue reading
We’ve all experienced the freedom that comes from getting rid of out-dated, broken and unnecessary ‘stuff’. So, to build an OVER-Reserve of stuff may seem a strange tip, especially when simplifying and de-cluttering are all the rage. And while too … Continue reading
Over the summer, most (non-tourism based!) businesses move to a slower pace. We go on vacations, take longer lunches, enjoy longer evenings, long weekends and lazy Sundays – and these all give us an opportunity to slow down, reflect and … Continue reading
Meditation can calm your mind, relax your body and soothe your spirit. Anyone can find a meditation technique that fits their lifestyle and belief system, so here are 3 specific, but very practical ways to use meditation for relaxation and … Continue reading
Creativity can be helpful in ALL areas of your life whether at work, dealing with family and friends, planning your finances or simply planning your week. I wonder, where in your life could you do with some creativity right now? … Continue reading