Imagine the time has come and everyone you love and know has got together to write your eulogy, what would you like to be read out to summarise your life if you had managed to live your life to the full? This might sound a bit morbid or a bit dark but if you’ve got … Continue reading How Do YOU Want To Be Remembered?
If you don't like something, stop complaining about it and take the actions required to change it! Not enough money? Get on the job search for one with better money, work extra hours, find a side income, sell unwanted stuff. There's always something you can do. Not happy with your house? your social calendar? your … Continue reading Less Complaining
The Mind Check is one of the tips that I share in my one on one coaching and also in my workshops. This can help even the worse over thinkers finally conquer the negative thoughts and take back control of their. For full explanation and so many more useful tips come along to one of … Continue reading The Mind Check
This week a very good buddy of mine asked me how I’ve managed to build a positive attitude and from the coaching advice I gave him 2 or 3 key things stuck out that I thought would be worth sharing with anyone stuck in a rut. I told my friend that I am the way … Continue reading From Victim to Victorious
Here's a 2 week challenge for anyone that would like to build a little bit more confidence. Every morning before you leave the house take 5 minutes to write down 5 tasks or experiences you would like to achieve that day. Do this every morning for 2 weeks and do your best to complete each … Continue reading Want Confidence? Take Action
As many of you will know I'm strongly against venting. Going over and over frustrations doesn't usually help and just leaves you feeling more frustrated or angry by the end. It's spreading negativity and usually brings down everybody unfortunate enough to get landed listening to you! I've even wrote a post on it (Venting, stop … Continue reading One Off Venting for Clarity
So often we have a good idea or an inclination to do something but we hesitate, we don’t act on it immediately and the moment / opportunity is gone. There is a 5 second window of opportunity to act on an impulse, after that the feeling fades. You have to act fast in the right … Continue reading Hesitation – Break it for Good / Harness it against Bad
I've spent many years studying the art of success, trying to figure out what makes successful people stand out from the rest and though there are many factors that determine whether you will be successful or not the biggest one that I have found, without any doubt, is a consistent positive attitude. Intelligence is obviously … Continue reading The Importance Of A Positive Attitude To Your Career
Dealing with anxiety is a challenge so many of us face at one time or another. The main driver of anxiety as most of us may already know, is overthinking. Panicking about what other people are thinking or worrying about what "might" happen in the future. The thing is all those things you worry about, … Continue reading Kill Your Anxiety
I don’t need to try and fit happy activities into my days, but fit my days around happy activities. By affirming this it’s as if a load has been lifted from my shoulders, that I am more in control of my day and have ultimately planned for happiness.