The What, Why and How of Heart Opening It’s keeping your heart open even when you feel resistance. When you feel like you don’t agree, or think there could be a better way, or are just not interested, for example. The difference between an open and closed heart: The open heart says – Ok, I see what you are saying, tell me more. The closed heart says – No, that’s not the way I do it... Read more
20 Ways to take a break from yourself You might ask why you may need a break from yourself? Good question... At times there may be this critical voice that follows you around all day and all night? It may pop up as you get out of bed (“Late again!”) or when you are speaking to someone (He or She will never like you!). Most have been through this, there are ways to shift from self-criticism to... Read more
Swapped energy drinks for the real thing Like everyone you know when you walk in a room or a place and it doesn’t feel good. You know it doesn’t feel good but you don’t know why? Or when you walk away from someone you walk away flat. A contrast between where you were prior to being in their space. But it’s evolved from there. I think because I am a lot more conscious about it... Read more
The year of the mountain I thought this year was going to be about climbing the mountain. Taking the next step after the next step after the next step. And is has been. The only difference in my expectations to my experience is that the mountain wasn’t external. It wasn’t work-related. It wasn’t relationship related. It wasn’t relationship related. It wasn’t family related. It wasn’t education related... Read more
What’s your word? At our annual workshops, we encourage people to choose a word for the year. That one word that you keep coming back to, to remind what you want the year to be all about. However, I have never thought about having a word for my life. Until at a recent business information session, they asked us to provide a word that would describe who… Read more
Is it a hell yes? There is a distinct difference in the feeling from people that say yes because they want to say yes, and people that say yes, because they think they should say yes. Suggestions for when a request comes your way. If an instinctive yes comes to the forefront. Go with it. Back your decision all the way, if an instinctive yes comes to the ... Read more
Roll out the learning carpet When you try something new. Something different. Or when you stop something. The learning's come thick and fast. Some of the learning's you can expect. Both good fun and good challenging: ● Change ● Decision Making ● Perception ● Judgement ● Acceptance ● Support ● New conversation The learning also transfers to people you share with. Read more
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