Month: April 2016

Perception or reality?

Actions speak louder than words. A quote that I believe is a great one. Wouldn’t you agree? Actions do indeed speak volumes. We can say that we are gonna do shit, but unless we take ACTION then whats the point? But what if your perception of action was skewed? Lets have a quick chat about […]

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Why. Not how.

How do I do that thing? How do I achieve that result? How do I become…? How do I…? What are the steps to…? What are the secrets to…? What do I do to…? Sound familiar? Why isn’t this working for you? You collect all that information. All those books. Watch the videos. Purchase the […]

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I am over you.

I am over your whining, whinging and blaming. I am over your finger pointing. I am over you. That was what I said to myself not so many years ago. Years ago, about 8 or 9 I think – and I can only judge this from my Facebook timeline reminders… I was playing the role […]

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Lessons

There are lessons to be learnt absolutely everywhere, I think you would agree. I won’t go into what kinds of lessons in today’s post – but its interesting what kind of lessons are learnt when you feel that you can’t control a thing about a certain issue. Recently I have dealt with people being incredibly […]

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Your story

People are interested in stories. They are interested in the stuff that you have gone through for you to get where you are today. They like to compare… ‘Could I have done that?’ ‘What would I have done in that situation?’ ‘Is that the way I would have seen it?’. Of course, most of this […]

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Fools.

Pretty much every year I play an April Fools trick (or sometimes more than one!). I consider myself to still have a lot of childlike qualities and joking around is at the top of my list. In the past I have set up some amazing tricks (especially when I worked in an office, because clearly […]

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Give up.

I give up. I am sick and tired of feeling sick and tired.  I am tired. Do these words sound familiar? Gosh they sound really familiar to me. I used to say them on repeat. Day in and day out. It was like a tape was playing in my head on repeat. I started to […]

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