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Waking Up To Love…

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A few weeks ago, a good friend of mine pointed me towards a book that she had read that had really touched her. “Love Warrior”, by Glennon Doyle Melton, documents the authors struggles with alcohol, bulimia, marriage, parenthood and infidelity. It’s a truly inspiring book, that led me to send my friend the following note: more…

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The True Nature Of Resilience – Learning To Feel Life Again…

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My wife bought me this picture this week for my office. The saying on it has a lot of meaning for me in so many ways, but it’s taken on a deeper meaning given the current circumstances of our lives. It’s like slowly I have been seeing deeper into the “You” that I am saying more…

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What If Your Relationship Wasn’t The Problem?

Do you ever struggle with feeling connected in your intimate relationships? Me too! And I know I have written loads about it, but the last 7 months of this building project have been quite tough. Another one of the ways in which I have occasionally struggled, is with my relationship with Linda. I had a more…

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An End To Conflict? Love In Action…

As our country looks to vote today over whether we will go to war again, the following came through me this morning and felt like it wanted to be shared. Last year, whilst attending the final weekend for Supercoach Academy, I was listening to George Pransky teach about the difference that really makes a difference when more…

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The Key To Leading Others Home

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi. I love my daughter, Leila. She is only 4, but oh my goodness can she be a handful. She can be fiery, feisty, stubborn, and frankly, crazy at times. When she throws a tantrum she can get so angry that she more…

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3 Myths Dispelled For A Happier Christmas

(The following was written for bornhappy.co – a website dedicated to helping people reconnect to their innate happiness.  It’s a brilliant site and worth checking out) It’s that festive time of year again – a time which we are led to believe is supposed to be happy and joyful. But in many households, including my own more…

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The Real Reason Your Goals Might Be Eluding You…

Allow me to introduce you to my cat, Pebbles. My daughter, Leila, loves Pebbles. Whenever she sees Pebbles she is desperate to pet her. So desperate in fact, that she chases Pebbles around the living room and unsurprisingly the poor cat runs likes mad and hides! When she does, Leila gets upset, and wonders if more…

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Love – Our Natural State

“Hello You” – my wife, Linda, whispered to me as we gazed into one another’s eyes. In that moment she had ‘seen’ me, and we were both embracing a feeling of love and unity, with nothing particular on our minds. In those days, however, we were not married, and these moments were quite rare. Like more…

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The Difference Between Criticism And Feedback That Really Serves

In life and in business, we all find ourselves sharing feedback with others. In this blog, I would like to share some examples that show you the important key to giving feedback, that is not only much more likely to be heard, but will also help the person giving the feedback to experience a deeper more…

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How To Forgive And Make Better Decisions…

“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.” ― Nelson Mandela One of my clients raised the question of forgiveness with me this week. Specifically, how do we embrace forgiveness with so more…

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