Are there parts of your life, your past, that still bother you and that you sense may be holding you back from achieving your goals? If that describes you, come with me and we’ll look at a way of changing your thinking to be more useful.
Are you feeling uncomfortable about what the world is going to look like over the next few days, months or even years as we recover from the current situation? In this article I’ll be showing…
The lesson to be learnt from the Stoics on adversity comes from Epictetus, who said that we can’t control what happens to us, but we can control how we respond.
In this blog I explore this principle’s relevance to our current situation in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves” Viktor Frankl.
As the Coronavirus continues to take friends and loved ones, damage economies and take livelihoods, so many people live in fear and anxiety of whether life will ever be the same again.
A few weeks ago I was speaking at a conference and I was introduced as a “Resilience” coach.
After I spoke, a delegate asked me what resilience meant, because they had heard it many times but had never really gotten a clear definition of it.
My definition is that resilience is the difference between surviving and thriving.
Brexit, the Middle East, Austerity, Global Warming. Just some of the worrying developments that affect our daily lives. TV shows have an irritating tendency to focus on the negative, because bad news tends to get…