Gina talks to Julie Reisler, host of the You-est You Podcast all about how important it is to work on being the most genuine you that you can be. Gina and Julie talk about how to change your limiting beliefs and overcome even the most severest of challenges.
Seeking the perfect relationship with others is often about learning to have the right relationship with ourselves. In this blog I share some insights into how the way we have learned to view the world affects the way we view ourselves, and consequently the way we perceive others! Towards the end is a quick quiz – a self-audit to help you understand your perceptions. This is the first step to maximising your potential for happier, healthier personal and professional relationships! Your relationship with you…
We all operate in three-time dimensions; the past, the present and the future. Where we choose to focus our attention has a profound effect on the quality of our lives.
Families come in all shapes and sizes. At the heart of family life is love and when things go wrong it is the unconditional love which makes it bearable. Unconditional doesn’t mean soft!
Firstly lets set out some principles. Everything we do in life is a choice and every choice has consequences. Not choosing is in fact a choice and that too has consequences. If you do nothing, nothing will change. If there are areas of your life that you feel are less than great, it is your choice whether you do something about them or not. “If you always do what you have always done you will always get what you have always got”...
Are You Living The Dream? Every choice we make has consequences. When work takes over, it has significant consequences across the whole of your life. Some consequences will be positive and others negative. It is the balance between the activity and what it costs you which determines whether you should continue with it. The trouble is we so rarely take the time to take stock of what we are doing and the impact it has on ourselves and those around us.
Do you have a tendency to agree to things even when you know it’s not what you want to do, or that it may even be detrimental to your own happiness?