Tag Archives: Affirmations

“Improve Your Life With The Science Of Laughter”

Stephanie Davies has recently published her first book, Laughology – Improve Your Life with the Science of Laughter. Continue reading

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What we think about most of the time, really does become our reality

I keep a reminder of my goals next to my computer. It’s a collection of images that represent my personal and professional desired outcomes; how I want to be seen and what I want to be doing. Continue reading

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My tribute to Susan Jeffers

This is my tribute to Susan Jeffers and her seminal book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway Continue reading

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Mind The Gap – Consider your levels of presence and improve your levels of performance.

I often find myself on platforms waiting for trains. I see the warnings to “Mind The Gap” between the train and the platform edge. Apart from the immediate dangers of falling betwixt locomotive and platform, these words also remind me … Continue reading

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Being bullied at work? Seek support, make decisions, take action.

Tips for dealing with bullying in the workplace. Continue reading

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Positive Affirmations – A foundation personal development tool

In my post describing the Four Plus Three personal development framework, I indicated that one of my favoured personal development techniques is the use of positive affirmations. In this post I will discuss their benefits, the pitfalls many fall into … Continue reading

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Mind The Gap – Think before you speak!

When I’m traveling by train or on the underground in the UK I often see the words ‘Mind The Gap’ painted on the platform edge. The phrase is also often spoken through a recorded message. This is obviously to warn … Continue reading

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Express yourself – articulating your emotional needs is paramount

As an Englishman, if I were to be stereotyped I’m sure the caricature would include a ‘stiff upper lip’ and ‘repressed emotions’. I’m not sure the former is accurate but the latter is, for me, where my stereotype is sometimes … Continue reading

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