I'm sure you have strong thoughts and powerful feelings about the current events in the world right now. I do. I have the thoughts, the feelings, but the words to express them, those I've been struggling with. I'm grateful for those who have … [Read more...] about Feelings, But No Words
You can't buy authenticity. You don't learn it from a book. You don't pick it up at a workshop. Billions are spent every year on products, courses, consultants, training, coaching, facilitation on big questions such as who am I/we, what do I/we … [Read more...] about Authenticity. Really, Why Does It Matter? Why Now?
The path to remaining true to yourself is like a life-long trek up the side of a treacherous mountain. If the exposure doesn't get to you first there are always the tough scrambles, steep ledges, crumbling rocks, plenty of opportunities to get … [Read more...] about You Aren’t Hiking Up the ‘Be True to Yourself’ Path Alone. Really.
Fear stops us. It's the only thing that holds us back. I'm sure, like me, you've felt fear in its physical form: anxiety, stress, sweat palms, dry mouth, butterflies in your stomach, heart pounding, anger. That fear is obvious in it's sensational … [Read more...] about So Fear, What Outfit Are You Wearing Today?
Imagine for a moment you're a Neurosurgeon. You're scrubbed up and ready to perform an emergency life-saving operation. Everything is in place. In the theatre with you are a second surgeon, your surgical assistant, a couple of technicians, the … [Read more...] about The Diet of It’s Not Quite Right (Or Stop Stalling)
Self-preservation: the protection of oneself from harm or death, especially regarded as a basic instinct in human beings and animals. Accept that another's 'lens' that they view the world through could be set at very different magnification to … [Read more...] about On Self Preservation