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Why Don’t We Take More Action

Most of understand that our results are a direct reflection of our actions. If we plant the seeds of an apple, then at some point in the future, we are going to be picking apples from the tree in front of us. If we want cherries, then we needed to have planted cherry seeds instead. It makes no sense to plant apples then get upset when it turns out we actually wanted cherries in the end. So if we know that our actions lead to our outcomes in a cause-effect relationship, then why don’t we take more action? And more importantly, why don’t we take more action in the specific direction of our goals? I mean, we are all busy all the [...]

By | 2017-06-28T21:58:28+00:00 July 17th, 2015|Categories: Personal Development|0 Comments

Be Extraordinary Talk On Fear

I recently gave a talk on fear for Be Extraordinary Talks, a London-based personal development MeetUp group. The talk was on the general topic of fear and how to get over it, which isn’t the ‘nicest’ of topics, and so I decided to attempt to address the topic with a more lighthearted approach. The title of the talk was “Modern Day Fears, Matt Damon & The Correct Use of 4-letter Words” and involved concepts from some of my other posts on Bravery and Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone, but also looked at historical elements of fear written about by Napoleon Hill in The Master Key To Riches. […]

By | 2017-06-28T21:58:44+00:00 July 17th, 2015|Categories: Personal Development|0 Comments

33 Ways To Live A Better Life Every Day

Life is for living, and here are my top 33 ways to live a better life every day. How many will you experience today? Laugh Great abs and happy wrinkles are two by-products of laughing lots. Laughter helps the body heal itself and makes you feel great. Plus it’s contagious. Just don’t watch every single video of pandas sneezing on the Internet. Be Outdoors There is something inspiring and healing about nature. Walk through the trees. Hike in the mountains. Splash through the waves as they lap at your feet. See the sunrise or watch it fall below the horizon. Be Inspired Paintings, music, incredible physical or mental feats, nature, art, simple acts of kindness. There are countless ways to be inspired, [...]

By | 2017-06-28T21:58:54+00:00 July 3rd, 2015|Categories: Personal Development|0 Comments

Could This Be The Root Cause Of All Problems In Life?

Is it possible that the root cause of all problems in life could boil down to the same issue? I’ve been exposed to a lot of people’s problems over the years, both in my coaching and training sessions as well as of my own creation, and lately I’ve been noticing something of a trend. More and more of the problems seem to be caused by a lack of communication, not because the person doesn’t want to communicate, but because they are scared of how the other person will react to the communication. When something goes unsaid in a relationship, whether that be interpersonal, business or friendship, a void opens up. Whilst initially this may appear small, if it is not addressed it [...]

By | 2017-06-28T21:59:03+00:00 June 10th, 2015|Categories: Personal Development|0 Comments

Why Can’t I Step Outside My Comfort Zone?

As I began writing this blog, I had a realisation of how much being a perfectionist has impacted my life over the years. Being a perfectionist stops you starting things, meaningful projects that can have a positive impact on your life and others. You don’t start things if they aren’t going to be perfect. And if you don’t start, you can never create anything of any value. Being a perfectionist is the ultimate vicious circle. I have to keep reminding myself of that fact. So what does being a perfectionist have to do with getting outside of your comfort zone? Perfectionists have three fears which are the barrier to any great project, and once you understand these fears and how they serve [...]

By | 2017-06-28T21:59:20+00:00 March 16th, 2015|Categories: Personal Development, Success|1 Comment

Life’s Success Lessons Learned In The Gym

When I was younger, all I wanted to do was study the human body. I was a sports addict and wanted to discover how to push the boundaries of human physical performance. How could people keep breaking records in marathons, sprint events and weight lifting. My final degree mark reflected how I allocated my time between the library and the gym. However, when I went back to study my masters a few years later, it was psychology, not physiology, which grabbed my attention. I started learning about mental techniques and success lessons that could create the same results in minutes as months of training in the gym could accomplish. All of a sudden, the mind-body connection that everyone talks about was very [...]

By | 2017-06-28T21:59:34+00:00 January 20th, 2015|Categories: Personal Development, Success|0 Comments