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Michael Eldridge: Artist, Photographer & Creativity Coach

Michael Eldridge: Artist, Photographer & Creativity Coach

03/07/2010  |  No Comments

"I just want to keep on doing the things I love - I just think I'm very, very lucky" Read more...

Fiona Sturrock: CTI Faculty & Feminine Leadership Coach

Fiona Sturrock: CTI Faculty & Feminine Leadership Coach

01/07/2010  |  No Comments

"This is not just my work - this is the work of all women on the planet at the moment... Read more...

Fill yourself with Light and Energy for 2010: a fun Annual Review in 4 Easy Steps...

Fill yourself with Light and Energy for 2010: a fun Annual Review in 4 Easy Steps…

12/19/2009  |  1 Comment

We had fun in my Writers Group this week - we each did our own Annual Review! Yes, I know... Read more...

Wendi Friesen: Clinical Hypnotherapist

Wendi Friesen: Clinical Hypnotherapist

12/03/2009  |  No Comments

"Spend time envisioning your future - you don't have to know what's happening in your future - just imagine... a... Read more...

Martin Grahame-Dunn: Photographer, Mentor & Trainer

Martin Grahame-Dunn: Photographer, Mentor & Trainer

07/27/2009  |  1 Comment

"I believe in lifelong learning... I don't believe that process ever stops, to the day we die..." Read more...

10,000 hours to Mastery – The Ultimate Time Management Challenge?

10,000 hours to Mastery – The Ultimate Time Management Challenge?

07/08/2009  |  2 Comments

How we choose to fill our days, our hours, our minutes is somewhat of an obsession - time is ticking away, life isn’t a dress rehearsal… or as Napoleon Hill reminds us in the last chapter of ‘Think and Grow Rich’ “Life is a chessboard, and the player opposite you is TIME.” Read more...

To Juan… With Deepest Gratitude

To Juan… With Deepest Gratitude

06/04/2009  |  1 Comment

For loving them. For being there for them while you could be. You made a difference. Gracias. Read more...

How Many Snakes Can You Handle?

How Many Snakes Can You Handle?

03/21/2009  |  3 Comments

As the gap became wider, their attitudes towards playing changed dramatically - TheO realised he was way behind and started complaining that it wasn’t fair – he got cross and not surprisingly, started trying to cheat to catch up; while Hal, spurred on by his apparent success suddenly changed gear and really started playing to win. Read more...