Posts Tagged ‘growth mindset’
J.O.M.O – Joy of Missing Out
I have ‘borrowed’ the wonderful cartoonist Michael Leunig’s concept of JOMO for the beginning of 2019 newsletter! Many people and magazines write about the stress of holiday season and give you all sorts of tips and skills – only for us to do the same things again the next year despite new year ‘resolutions’! What…Read More
Life is the way it is
“Life is not the way it is supposed to be. It is the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.” Virginia Satir I found this fantastic quote and thought ‘wow’! Of course! But often it’s the most obvious things that we lose sight of in this age of super…Read More
3 Ways to Stay Sane in a Crazy World
Lifestyles in our culture leave many people feeling exhausted, stressed, overwhelmed and functioning below par. Have you ever read Michael Gerber’s book The E Myth? In it, he says entrepreneurs fail because they are too busy working IN their businesses and not ON their businesses. The same applies to life. Most people are so swamped…Read More
You are NOT your mindset – but your mindset rules your life!
Ok, so you have heard all this stuff about mindsets but you are not really sure what they are! Simplistically, a mindset is just a collection of beliefs. Beliefs are just thoughts arranged in a pattern! I was honoured to spend a lot of time with a client recently on their roadshow, who all have…Read More
The most powerful 3 letter word!
Wondering what it is? Believe it or not, the word is ‘YET’. Well, it’s ONE of the most powerful words! From my years of NLP training I already understood how we can reprogram neural pathways by saying one of 3 phrases at the end or beginning of statements I would hear coming out of my…Read More
The Benefits of TA-DA!
Last week I was speaking to a lovely group in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. I was telling them about my niece’s first gym competition. At the time she was 9 and I was (and still am) a very doting and enthusiastic Aunt! In between exercises (which I must say were not that exciting and seemed to me…Read More