It may have been the origin of the word “selfie” that condemned it to the playground of narcissists and gave it a bad reputation.Read More
If you see your horoscope in a magazine do you check it out? When I ask this question to clients I mostly get “yeah, but I don’t believe it!”
My response is usually “then why the hell read it?”Read More
I love hearing how people have changed their lives after “learning-the-thinking-skills-we-were-never-taught-in-school”.
This one is a bit different.Read More
What parent doesn’t want to raise their kids to be independent, happy, resourceful, and resilient? We all do. But there’s a widening gap between these good intentions and the outcome.
Anxiety in young people is on the rise. The big question is why.Read More
I remember going to high school with a girl called Alison. She was born and raised in Australia but her parents were American. Alison had an Aussie/Americano sort of thing going on when she spoke. There were certain words she said that had a twang to them. Kinda cool at the time.Read More
I went for a run this morning after checking my trusty weather App. I must’ve been holding my phone upside-down because literally in the middle of my run the clouds burst open and threw down a good 20 minutes of solid rain until I was nicely soaked through.Read More
We know that setting our daily goals is one way to help us achieve them. Writing them down is going to get you even closer to transferring them into the DONE list at the end of the day - by a whopping 42% according to Dr. Gail Matthews, a psychology professor at the Dominican University in California.Read More
I teach people how to develop new cognitive and emotional skills. Skills that are helpful. Helpful in leading a life that is happy, resilient, and thriving.Read More
Stress and anxiety are almost always caused by psychological and/or emotional forces.Read More