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Goals and Growth

Why The Meaning We Add Matters

This article is meaningless. And yet it may also be the most meaningful post I ever write. You get to decide. When he first said it, I dismissed it as nonsense. When I then thought about it, I could see something in it. When I studied the science of how we each create our experience,

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Leadership

Self-Leadership & Getting Out Of Our Way

Self-Leadership matters. Ultimately all leadership is self-leadership. The challenge is it sometimes appears not to be. My intention in this article is to explain a tricky concept using a clunky but hopefully helpful analogy. When we really get this, we can end the striving and not only enjoy a complete shift in results, we can

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Goals and Growth

Wisdom vs. Knowledge for Game Changing

At the time of writing, another New Year is just two weeks away. So I thought I’d share one thing I failed for years to understand.  And which was immensely costly not to ‘get’. I believe that really ‘getting’ this is the ‘game changer’ so many people are looking for. It’s understanding the difference between

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Goals and Growth

The Mind and Money

I typically don’t write about money. But it’s on many peoples’ minds. And the relationship between our mind and money is the only one that matters when it comes to experiencing an abundance of money….. or indeed a lack of it. I believe money is important. I don’t place it on a pedestal but life is

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Goals and Growth

Why Getting Ahead of Ourself is So Fundamental.

When it comes to achieving our goals and intentions, two things are very clear. One is that most people don’t believe we can have certainty about the achievement of our goals, intentions or desires. Because we’re taught early on in life to believe otherwise. TAUGHT NOT TO GET AHEAD OF OURSELVES. There are too many

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Goals and Growth

Goal Achieving & The Cost of Worrying

The cost of worrying may not be obvious. But it is significant. Financially, emotionally, energetically, physically, relationally…. Because worry is creative. It’s understandable to believe worry is the effect of the news, the economy or current circumstances. But it isn’t. Worry is the outcome of what we’re thinking or imagining about the future. Based on

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