Thinking and mindset

The Illusion Of Work-Life Balance 

The Illusion Of Work-Life Balance 

Chasing after the mythical work-life balance can be stressful! Can you really balance work and life? And if so, how do you categorise the many activities you engage in every day — especially when you only have two choices? Maybe it’s time to explore a better way to live?

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How To Demolish Your Credibility

How To Demolish Your Credibility

You can damage your credibility in an instant, and then you have to work extra hard to regain it. Without self-and-other-awareness you may not even realise the impact of your behaviour. That’s why it’s important to mind your meta-messages. What’s a meta-message? Read on to find out.

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How To Be Happy: Is it Really This Simple?

How To Be Happy: Is it Really This Simple?

I had a happiness light bulb moment some years ago. I’d found it challenging, at times to be happy — maybe you have too. But it was a simple decision that changed my whole life.
So, while you can try different happiness techniques, you might consider making the same decision.

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Negative Self-Talk: How To Stop It, And Start Feeling Better

Negative Self-Talk: How To Stop It, And Start Feeling Better

Disempowering internal dialogue (aka negative self-talk) has an adverse impact on your wellbeing. If your internal voice has become an internal terrorist, berating you with unwanted and unhelpful chatter, then read on to discover ways to deal with it — and start feeling better.

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NLP: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

NLP: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Interested in finding out more about NLP? Wonderful! Then this post will answer all your NLP: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). You’ll discover some overviews as well as some current and specific examples for using NLP, both professionally and personally.

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How To Think: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Positive Programming

How To Think: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Positive Programming

Most people don’t learn how to think. I’m not trying to be smart — honestly. We’ve been programmed ‘what’ to think, but not ‘how’ to think. In this interview with Aaron Mooar, we discuss how people think, and what little understanding we have about our thinking processes.

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How To Prevent Your Comfort Zone Becoming Your Prison

How To Prevent Your Comfort Zone Becoming Your Prison

Your comfort zone encompasses your familiar, everyday tasks, habits and thinking. While many routine practices are beneficial, too many can be dangerous to your health! The more habituated you become, the harder it is to step outside your comfort zone — and your resilience may suffer.

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