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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...

Walking the Labyrinth: spiritual paths & screwing up

Walking the Labyrinth: spiritual paths & screwing up

06/12/2010  |  No Comments

Labyrinth from Cathy Zheutlin on Vimeo. After my recent post on ways to strengthen your root chakra, I went in search... Read more...

Brian Johnson: Philosopher & Entrepreneur

Brian Johnson: Philosopher & Entrepreneur

10/09/2009  |  No Comments

"...we're always at a new edge, there's always that new frontier that we're exploring and that comes with a certain level of tension Read more...

Michael Bungay Stanier: Award-winning Coach, Author and Trainer

Michael Bungay Stanier: Award-winning Coach, Author and Trainer

08/12/2009  |  1 Comment

"recognise that it is a struggle... it's not an easy task for most of us... its actually something you need to work at through self-knowledge and through courage... Read more...

Getting Clear on What I Really Want - NEW iCourse!

Getting Clear on What I Really Want – NEW iCourse!

06/16/2009  |  No Comments

Most people don't bother to spend any time pro-actively thinking about what they really want in life - most of us manage a few vague daydreams or lottery-winner ideas which we believe deep-down will never happen. We may spend hours pouring through websites or brochures to select our next holiday destination, but no time at all thinking about how we'd like our relationships to be in 2 years' time, or what our ideal (and I mean blue sky do anything you want ideal) working day would consist of, or what our bank balance should be in 2012 in order to feel financially free. 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...

3 Questions to Ask Your TV

01/31/2009  |  No Comments

start with a simple enough question: ‘What are you trying to tell me?’ If you’re tuned in to the news or a documentary or, say, a cookery show, then you might need to take a few notes for this one. Then, crank it up a gear with question two: ‘What would you like me to do, based on what you’re telling me?’ Read more...