I labelled this post a little dishonestly, simply because my week is blurred in distinction between “work week” and “weekend”. Firstly, find your creative time Through
Bonne année! Welcome to 2015 Did you make New Year’s Resolutions this year? So how are they going? Are you on track? Or are they
Are you planning something in the near future? Have you set proper goals for yourself or your business? Are you struggling with your goals? Read
Since this is such a personal expereicnce I thought I could share with you how I managed to break the barrier of my comfort zone today.These thoughts are simply to share with you the trickster things we can do to ourselves to achieve a POSITIVE outcome.
What is the difference between a goal and a wish? General Wish: “I would love to write a book some day” General Goal: “I want
Imagine a world without stress. Imagine a world where no-one is demanding anything from you. Imagine you are the happiest you could possibly be. Can you imagine all that? I hope so, because if you cannot, that is a sure sign that you require some “ME” time.
whatever you look forward to this Christmas, make sure you write down at least ONE thing from your wish list, and really tell yourself you will achieve it this coming year!! Go on, it will work, I promise!
Firstly, I am delighted to report I am pain free, unlike this time last year when I was crippled, and had to give up running altogether. My waistline was not happy!
So after intense self care and chiropractic treatments in Spring, I was promised I would be doing the 3 things I love again – gardening, driving my motorbike and running. At first it was a struggle, and my health seemed to be deteriorating rather than improving, but finally after about 2 months, I suddenly began to feel huge improvements.
Why should we dread Monday Mornings? Because we have done so traditionally. For some of us, it’s simply always been that way (similar to finding it difficult to get up in the mornings).
This blog post is dedicated to RW and written to invoke thought, not provide you with the skills and attributes needed to be an Entrepreneur. There are hundreds of articles out there to provide you with the “know-how”. I am exploring the “why-how”.
If you are not a risk taker, stay “on the ladder”. The ATTITUDE part begins with Courage. Courage is hard to learn, but possible. We become courageous when we assert ourselves as Entrepreneurs. We become courageous when we believe in ourselves. We become more courageous when we allow ourselves to live the dream.
The former Vice Chairman of Coca-Cola Brian G. Dyson wrote this. It was used as Georgia Tech’s Commencement Address in 2008. I share it with
“So how did you get on?” I asked tentatively. My [new] husband had just arrived back after a motorbike spin around County Cork last Sunday.
We commonly make sweeping statements about getting fit and losing weight: “Oh, I really need to go on a diet” “Oh, I’d love to lose
Have you Timed-Out? A common message you will see if you take too long to book flights or concert tickets on the internet: “Sorry, your
Sleep is good for you! According to Wikipedia: “Sleep deprivation (having too little sleep), can be either chronic or acute. A chronic sleep-restricted state can
The road to fitness success holds many rewards, and as many roadblocks. So when we begin a fitness program, we are full of energy, drive,
I was reading an e-mail I got from Michelle Prince of http://www.coachmichelleprince.com and was inspired to ponder and question myself about my purpose in Life.