Monthly Archives: November 2015
These are similar and yet different. In a personal and individual way we’re all ‘limited’ in our self-concept, abilities and behaviour. These personal limits can be changed with self-awareness, intention and repetition. Our boundaries are the limits we set by … Continue reading
We have a ‘Stress Awareness Day’ each year on 5th November… so let’s remind ourselves why we need to keep stress under control, and not allow it to disrupt our health, our family and our life. A bit of stress … Continue reading
Why would you want to? After all it’s not called ‘comfort’ for nothing. Why risk discomfort by choice? Well, the answer lies in your interest and willingness to explore new aspects of your personality and your potential.
Motivation is defined as ‘To provide someone with a reason for doing something’. (Longman Dictionary). Have you noticed that you need a different sort of motivation for different things? If we can’t rely upon self-motivation we can pay a … Continue reading
Perhaps like many people you think that assertiveness means being stroppy, aggressive, awkward or bossy. If you’re a withdrawn or shy person, and too accommodating to other people’s needs, then the thought of being more visible and vocal might … Continue reading
In 2012 I wrote a different article about this subject which still attracts lots of interest – both online and via one of my books – showing me that the matter of resilience continues to intrigue a wide range of … Continue reading
We’re all adults right? Yes and no. Outwardly we are and have the physique and qualifications to prove it! We all have a hidden part of our psyche/mind which is called our Inner Child. He or she lives deep inside … Continue reading