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Art Every Day Month - day 3 and already I'm struggling!

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Taming Your Personal SatNav Gremlin

Taming Your Personal SatNav Gremlin

05/27/2012  |  No Comments

Do you ever have the feeling that someone else is messing up all your carefully laid-out plans on purpose? Read more...

Worst Case Scenario

Worst Case Scenario

05/20/2012  |  No Comments

I'm sorry Please forgive me I love you Thank you Ho-oponopono prayer Read more...

It's not Discipline, it's Devotion

It’s not Discipline, it’s Devotion

01/24/2012  |  No Comments

...we’re doing some things we really love to do. Every day. No exceptions. Read more...

Time out Time in and Time well spent

Time out Time in and Time well spent

01/09/2012  |  No Comments

...we have a lot of choice in how and where we spend each of our 24 hours in our day. (Yes, those same 24 hours that everyone else has!) Read more...

Faking it... or How to boost your Energy in just 5 minutes

Faking it… or How to boost your Energy in just 5 minutes

12/10/2011  |  No Comments

I find this series fascinating, because these short, intense experiences are so life-affirming. Read more...

Survive and thrive - HOW you do anything is how you do everything

Survive and thrive – HOW you do anything is how you do everything

12/02/2011  |  No Comments

How would you describe the way you do the work you love to do? Read more...

Your 57 Alibis and Old Man IF...

Your 57 Alibis and Old Man IF…

11/25/2011  |  No Comments

"People who do not succeed have one distinguishing trait in common... Read more...

5 Human Keys to a great Business Support System

5 Human Keys to a great Business Support System

11/18/2011  |  No Comments

...this definitely isn't good for business. Read more...

The Divided Brain

The Divided Brain

10/25/2011  |  No Comments

Are you using both sides of your brain to their full potential? Read more...

Finding Your Vision - an Extraordinary Tale

Finding Your Vision – an Extraordinary Tale

06/13/2011  |  3 Comments

Today is the first day of Jennifer Lee's Right Brain Business Plan e-Course (woo-hoo!) and Week 1 has you focusing... Read more...

Why attune to the Aries New Moon?

Why attune to the Aries New Moon?

04/10/2010  |  No Comments

The practice of embracing the energy of each month’s new Moon can empower us and give us a clear focus to revitalize and renew. Read more...

Janet Breitmaier: Financial Alchemy Coach

Janet Breitmaier: Financial Alchemy Coach

04/03/2010  |  1 Comment

"Don't be hard on yourself, be easy with yourself - give yourself permission to fail and to fall down... Read more...

Blurt, Blurt, Blurt – Stop Already!

Blurt, Blurt, Blurt – Stop Already!

01/25/2010  |  2 Comments

Over on my art blog, michellerumney.com, I recently started a great 12 week self-coaching program called The Artist's Way by... Read more...

Start the week – be yourself !!

Start the week – be yourself !!

11/30/2009  |  1 Comment

Playing The Prosperity Game last night, (Day 60 - woo-hoo!) I came across this quote from Abraham-Hicks and thought it... Read more...

Can You Kiss the Mirror Yet? (in Public)

09/11/2009  |  No Comments

Of all the things Bob Proctor taught in a 3-Day seminar I attended in London last summer, one that's stuck with me most is his attitude towards himself - he loves and accepts himself 100%. How cool is that? Paul Martinelli tells a story about traveling with Bob and walking through a section of an airport where there was a huge wall, all mirror. Bob walked right up to it and kissed his own reflection 'mua, mua, mua, I love you so much!' and not a bit embarrassed when everyone else stopped and stared. Read more...

Stop Making Sense… Suicide and Six Year Olds

Stop Making Sense… Suicide and Six Year Olds

06/03/2009  |  No Comments

Three weeks ago, I took a birthday cake into school to celebrate Hal’s birthday. Juan was a star – he’d made a birthday crown for Hal and his classmate, Yedra, who was also celebrating her birthday. We sang happy birthday in Spanish and English for both of them and they got to blow out candles –double cake all round! It was lovely. Juan ran the party in such a way that all the kids got cake, juice, party balloons and had fun in the class, then got to run it all off outside in the patio straight afterwards. As we were clearing up, he mentioned that in September Hal will be going up to the ‘primera’ – the first class in the big school, rather than infantil. I asked him what he would do then and he shrugged, smiled and said – be here, of course, teaching the little ones – it’s what I do! He seemed fine and to be genuinely enjoying himself. And when I picked Hal up from school later that day, Juan had collated all the birthday pictures the other kids had drawn for him into a little book. It was a wonderfully thoughtful memento to give a child of their key milestones in their childhood… Read more...