Reading an interesting book called ‘The War of Art’. In it, it talks about a movie called “Billy Jack” starring Tom Loughlin. Any of you remember that movie? The film has had sequels, all on cable now. Anyway, Tom right now is doing some really interesting work. He’s a lecturer and author and a Jungian […]
Mindset plays a massive part in the way we experience life. The posts in this section look at improving self-esteem and confidence, attitude, and some simple but powerful mindset exercises, designed to give you the mental edge.
I’m reading an interesting book called ‘The War of Art’. I’m going to quote a few important paragraphs you should hear: “Resistance, out with fear, out with the amateur. But the oldest trick in the book that uses its own enthusiasm against him. Resistance not the project, but they’re overambitious and unrealistic time table for […]
The exploration of yourself is interwoven with the unfolding of every day life. Life has it’s natural ups and downs. The people that can really adapt to ups and downs, are people that are able to do what? Have lots of personal growth and change. And success. The people who can’t deal with the ups […]
It’s amazing how the passing of a loved one can really get you thinking about things is a different way. My Mother passed away two weeks ago, and I’m having a very different experience to my Sister and Brother. I wasn’t there when she passed, but they were. It’s a completely different experience and reaction […]
Today I want to talk about mindset and decisions. Because here’s the amazing thing about human beings; we have the ability to make decisions. We can’t always decide the exact direction of our life, but we can decide how we react to and feel about what life offers us. Do you ever think to yourself, […]
The other night I was having dinner at a café. It’s a completely vegetarian restaurant. I’ve eaten there plenty of times before, Café Gratitude. I’m actually changing my diet right now. I’m getting kind of sick of these grainy rice bowls they have. I’m switching more to potatoes, leeks, and those kinds of things. I’ve […]