I’m surprised by how many people think they have no creativity. This really is bullsh*t! Because every one of us is creative in our own way. In this post you’ll find ways to tap into your own version of creativity.
Everyone has their own idea of success. Let’s explore the art of achieving your version of success by rewiring your mindset and ‘sensualising’ your outcome. You might be surprised at just how it easy, fun and relaxing it can be.
Discover what intelligences and learning styles you have. In a world where common sense isn’t always so common, the recognition of diverse types of intelligence has become vital. The human intellect is a dazzling mosaic of diverse intelligences, each with its own uniqueness.
The phrase ‘There’s no failure, only feedback’ is a premise or presupposition in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). But what does it actually mean, and what are the practical applications for your daily life, learning and developing expertise?
Discover the basics of NLP; where and when NLP started, why it’s called Neuro Linguistic Programming, and what the developers were aiming to achieve. More importantly, uncover how NLP affects you directly, and in ways you’ve never thought of.
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But why is that the case, and is the saying actually true? Here’s an opportunity to test the expression out for yourself.
If you want to make better decisions it’s vital that you don’t just rely on your head brain, but also involve your gut and heart brains for truly wise decision making.
I bet you have your own memories of funny things kids say. These might be your own kids, someone else’s kids, or even your siblings. Kids certainly have a different slant on life to us adults. I hope you enjoy these opinions, misspellings, and misunderstandings.
If you love a good giggle or even a belly laugh, you’ll appreciate these puns, and misprints from church notices. Sometimes it’s easier to see the puns than it is to hear them. But try them out on your friends and see how many ‘get’ them!
Challenging goals demand not only that you change your habits and behaviours, but also your values, beliefs, even your very identity. Without doing so, you risk failure — or success, followed by a relapse into your old identity and ways of being.