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Speak The Truth, Especially To Yourself

I don’t think many would dispute that lying is not a good thing.  Sure, it’s easy to come up with scenarios where lying might be the best course of action in a particular instance.   964 more words

Changing Behaviors

40 Days to Personal Revolution

I set myself up for a challenge at the beginning of 2015. I discovered that my yoga club were running a 40 days to personal revolution programme,based on the book of the same name by Baron Baptist. 873 more words

Courses And Programmes

My List of Needs

After writing my post on becoming debt free, I basically relapsed because I didn’t take the time to write down what I needed to do or even examine how I was spending the money. 432 more words


Are you too busy to do what you know is important?

How do you escape the cult of busy?

When I follow up on my clients, I quite often hear that the 30 minutes a day exercises that are required after a Dyslexia Correction Program couldn’t be fit in – “we were just so busy recently”, I hear them say, “there was the school athletics carnival, the soccer game and practice, a couple of friends’ birthdays …” and then there are of course the parents busyness on top of it, the restructuring of the company, the move, the relatives visiting. 342 more words

Eating Healthy: Overcoming the “Cooking Obstacle”

The most common excuses I hear for not eating healthier are: “I don’t have time”, “I don’t like cooking”, and “I’m an awful cook”. These are the excuses of modern life. 1,033 more words


The end of the month

I can’t believe that February is over. To quote Sam Roberts, “I think my life is passing me by.” Seriously. How did this month go so quickly?! 635 more words


Changing Habits

One of the most difficult things anyone can do is to change or create a new habit. It takes 21 days actually to enforce one. 486 more words