How do you rate yourself generally as a person? As a friend, parent, sibling, child, colleague, worker, and/or manager? Out of 100. Is it less than 85%?Read More
I absolutely love teaching The Thrive Programme.
I love hearing and seeing clients have “light bulb” moments when everything comes together for them and they start thriving.Read More
At 2.30pm on Sunday 28 October I was holding my father’s hand when he died.Read More
You know the feeling. When someone says or does something rude to you and you retaliate without a second thought with a response that is equally as venomous. We often refer to it as “they just pushed my buttons” or “they caught me at the wrong moment”.Read More
Scientists believe that we may experience real actions and imagined actions in similar ways. Whether we step forward to connect our racquet with the ball, or imagine doing so, we activate many of the same neural networks in our brain.Read More
I live in Sydney, Australia. Unless English is your second language, most Aussies sound the same.
That’s not the case in the UK.Read More
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