Why Going to the Gym and Not Having a Workout is Good For You. Especially during the day when at work!

Guy in gym with suit

Say what!?!?!  I hear you say. How can going to the gym and not having a workout be good for you? Listen, I get it. I had the same excuse. TIME. Sometimes, during the working day you have all the good intentions in the world to go to the gym and then your boss pulls…

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How to Deal with Change

Time for Change

Change. It’s the one constant in our lives, but yet something most people both fear and get excited about all in the same breath. We have change in our working environment (new boss, new CEO, new office, new processes, new teams and so on), personal environments (new partner, new house, new school, new friends…), so…

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Unschedule Your Life and Work

Overworked Unschedule

Have you heard the term “unschedule” before. I hadn’t until about 6 months ago, but I realised that I had been doing it for a long time without knowing the term. I’ll explain what it is. It is whereby you put into your calendar all the things you say are important but never go in…

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One of the Keys to Energy

jumping students

I have spent close to a decade in discovering what makes people excel. How do you get the best out of yourself. That journey has led me to learn many skills from NLP to EFT, from Nutritional certifications to positive psychology, from mediation and yoga to juicing and detoxing. And more to boot! And the…

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How to get Up Early – Even when you don’t want to

Snooze Alarm Clock

Today was a struggle. You see, a few years ago I decided that I would become a 6am riser. I’m not a morning person (if that’s really such a term – we were all once morning people on the 25th December each year growing up). However, I heard how many successful people are early risers.…

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A Rule To Live By

Rule to live by

  This is a simple one. It’s a rule I live by. Well, it really not a rule, but what’s called (in the NLP-world) a presupposition. A presupposition is just really an assumption. It means that you decide to assume something as being true from the outset. There are many of these NLP presuppositions. (NLP…

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Why You’re Wasting Your Time with Willpower

Willpower

A strong statement. But true. When I tell people about some of my rituals – for staying in shape, keeping up to speed with my knowledge, eating well, making daily veg juices and smoothies etc, i often get responses like: “I wish I had that much willpower!” Or something along those lines. Let me tell…

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7 Ways to Stay Positive at Work

Staying Positive At Work

When I worked in Corporate London, I was like many others. Not thinking I was particularly negative, cynical or anything else. It was only when I started getting into different circles of people that I realised that I was not super positive. The new people I was hanging around seemed to do things differently. That’s…

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Stop Labelling Yourself!

Labelling People and Yourself

What do I mean by labels? I’m a mother, I’m a parent, I’m a vegan, I’m paleo, I’m a Christian, I’m a coach, I’m a salesman. There are countless labels, and often when we meet someone new we start by trying to label them. “What do you do?” “I’m an accountant” Why are labels bad…

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Change Your Peer Group – Change Your Life

Friends TV Show

You may have heard this before. We’re the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with. If that’s true — then it means that it’s probably time for some self analysis. Here’s the reality. It’s nigh on impossible to become more that you currently are, whilst holding on to the same peer…

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