When we fall short of goals, it’s natural to focus on the negative: what we didn’t do, didn’t achieve. Chances are though, that you’ll have made some progress, simply in the attempt. Be sure you don’t miss it.
Are Your Values Really Your Values?
Are Your Values Really Your Values? Join me – and Jay Shetty – to find out.
Make Boredom the Enemy, Not Failure
How many of us avoid taking action because we’re afraid of failure? Read on to hear why boredom, not failure, might actually be a worthier opponent.
Go to War with the Lies that you Tell Yourself
At times, we all feel like life is a battleground – us against the world. Often though, the problem isn’t the world. It’s the limiting thinking habits we’ve practised and strengthened. Perhaps it’s them we should be fighting…
500+ Blogs in Two Years: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
In the spirit of being BOLD in 2020, here’s an honest account of the highs and lows of blogging over the last two years.
The Danger of Overthinking
Do you think, plan and obsess your way out of anxiety and loss of control? Today’s blog explains why this kind of overthinking is dangerous, and what you can do instead.
A Tough Question with Big Results
Are you plodding along, or striving towards success? Here’s a question that will tell you.
Goal-Setting Simplified: Work on the Gap
If you’re keen to set goals, here’s a simplified approach to get you to where you want to be – as who you need to be.
Why it’s important to balance stuff you’re good and bad at…
We can gain a lot from taking on tough challenges, especially when they’re based outside of your skill-set. Just be sure to balance this out with activities inside your skill-set. Here’s why:
Don’t make your Fun into Work
As someone who has been described as the ‘Fun Police’, more than a few times, here’s a reminder of why fun shouldn’t be hard work.