The Blog

13 Feb

Dealing with Stress – How to stand tall again

  Annemarie Ross-Vivier, as published in the Thriving Magazine   I think most of us have at some point experienced that Sunday-blues feeling where our chest feels tight, our stomach in a knot, our mouth dry and our heartbeat racing. Have you ever stopped to think where it comes from, and what it means? According

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11 Jan

Chaos to Calm…

“In the business of life and the flurry of everyday activity, we expose ourselves to the possibility of developing a chaotic mindset with the net result of neurochemical and electromagnetic chaos in the brain……so we need to stop to reboot our brain so we can reconnect” –          Caroline Leaf (“Who Switched Off Your Brain”) We

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02 May

A New Intelligence

“To get to the next level of greatness depends on the quality of our culture, which depends on the quality of our relationships, which depends on the quality of our conversations. Everything happens through conversations!” Judith Glaser, 2017 Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ) is about connecting, navigating and growing with others. Conversational Intelligence provides us with frameworks

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09 Jan

Are you ready to wear a SCARF??

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou Won’t it be amazing if all of us sitting here will be remembered not by the way we look or what we do, or through our kids or

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16 Dec

Your life and your decisions are in your hands.

Tony Robbins in his book “Re-awaken the Giant within” is saying that it is our decisions, not our conditions of our lives that determine our destiny. You and I both know that there are people who were born with advantages: genetically, a wealthy family, landed a good relationship, great opportunities. Then there are people who,

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16 Nov

Moments of Brilliance vs Good Consistent Habits

I would like to take you 6 years back to 2010, where no British rider has ever won the Tour de France since its beginning in 1903. Dave Brailsford was the new general manager and performance director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team), and he got the unenviable task to change this. His

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03 Sep

Smell the Coffee…

There are two types of thinking: conscious thinking and subconscious thinking. Conscious thinking is the “here and the now” – feeling your feet in your shoes, seeing the sunlight reflecting on the water, being aware of your thoughts and your feelings. It is the place where “critical thinking” takes place. Your subconscious thinking is where

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