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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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The Joy Of Being Alive And The Potential For Healing…

I am in Los Angeles at the moment attending the final weekend of the Advanced track of Supercoach Academy. I found myself sitting this morning eating my breakfast, and was overcome with noticing a general feeling of wellbeing and the joy of simply being alive. I was doing nothing special, and yet even the act more…

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Simplicity Sessions 15 – Kids & Summer Holidays

Episode 15 Kids & Summer Holidays

    In today’s episode, Nic and I found ourselves talking about kids and summer holidays – seeing as our lives are full of both right now! We talked about whether kids do actually have their own common sense (we were doubtful in places!) and how even though this is one of the areas we more…

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Staying The Course Even When You Feel Like You Don’t Want To…

There’s a difference between ‘feeling’ like you want to give up on a project, and ‘knowing’ that actually what you know to do is keep going with it. From what I can see – knowing the distinction between the two could mean the difference between success and failure. Let me explain… 7 months ago, my more…

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How to find ease and wellbeing without meditating…

“Do you meditate”? It’s a question I seem to be getting asked a lot lately. And yes, it is something that I have practiced in the past, along with mindfulness and other such mind quietening strategies. These days, though, such strategies and practices don’t often seem to occur to me to do anymore. Let me more…

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Why You Don’t Need To Find Your Purpose To Be Happy And Successful…

My social media feed has been awash lately with details of all sorts of courses that aim to help us to ‘find our purpose’. The idea behind these courses is that there is a fixed thing that we are destined to do and once we uncover that it will enable us to find greater success more…

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New Years Resolutions and Toxic Goals

It’s New Year’s Eve – the time of year when everyone is asking what your New Years resolutions are. Are your resolutions toxic? Toxic because they are based on thoughts that you are not whole as you are? That you or your life are somehow broken and need to be fixed? Whatever you may think more…

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The Only Thing You Need To See To Transform Your Life, Relationships and Work

I often speak in my articles of the importance of being grounded. But what does this really mean and why is it so important? This week, my website went into meltdown. I added a page to it, a normally simple and benign job, and everything broke. It took me nearly a day to fix it, 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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