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INSPIRATIONAL TOP TIPS

Has your muse been absent lately? Do you feel unmotivated about your job or your business? Use the following tips to help bring your muse back to inspiring you. Read Profiles of Successful People Don’t try to do everything on your own. Get inspiration from people who have gone through the pain and effort of […]

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How Action Inspires Motivation.

1. Start by doing something. Anything. Any action itself inspires motion. How do you do that? By using the momentum of a project that you’re already engaged in, you’re able to use your current forward motion to encourage you to keep going. It’s the difference between the ‘carrot’ and the ‘stick.’  In the old classic analogy, to move a […]

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Lie still, lie still, my breaking heart; My silent heart, lie still and break: Life, and the world, and mine own self, are changed.

The words by Christina Rossetti’s seem so poignant presently as we embrace this whole new world of change. The words suggest suffering and I guess in the end that’s a decision we elect to make. We have the ability to chose to suffer or to chose to embrace change. We create our reality from the […]

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Change Direction

Like most of us, you probably have an image of yourself you carry with you, of the person you truly want to be. If so, then ask yourself this question: Is it perhaps time to pivot? Making a sudden shift in direction to effect a positive change can be an exciting experience. Want some help? […]

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A Picture portrays a 1000 words – In the HEAT of battle.

The 3 April 1983 is a memorable date for me. At the age of 19 winning the British Lightweight Kickboxing title in London. Does it mean I was the BEST probably not; but it definitely means I was prepared to put my name on the line and walk the walk and accept the challenge. That’s […]

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Learn to switch off meditation.

Switching off our minds and doing nothing but reflect and recuperate is good for your mental health. In our 21st Century living doing nothing is very difficult and busy for busy sake is not productive.  You may find yourself with very little to do at the moment. You may find yourself with more time searching […]

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Social Media Guide for Parents with Teenagers.

Is there a link between Increasing reports of poor mental health in terms of anxiety and loneliness and social media. Certainly, reported in the media is how the likes of Bill Gates of Microsoft are limiting the use of social media with their kids. However, we have to recognise that social media is growing in […]

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Elvis Presley’s minder Super foot – Bill Wallace.

* Throw back Thursday * Bill with his foot 🦶 in my face. Bill Super foot Wallace so called due to his propensity to kick with his left leg with incredible accuracy and speed.  I recall whilst at seminar in London with Bill Wallace he stood me in the ring whilst he stood outside raised […]

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Adapting to change

Here one moment, gone the next. The Beatles song, ‘In my Life’ has a line that goes, “there are places I remember, some have gone and some remain.” There is something that resonates in the lyrics about holding on to the past and the comforts we invest in those same memories of endless summers and […]

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