Helping and Enabling – Is There a Difference?

Is there really a difference between helping and enabling? Yes, there is according to the research. However, before we discuss the differences, let’s look at what “helping and enabling” are – Helping is: being there or doing something for someone that they CANNOT do for themselves, and Enabling is: doing something for somebody that they COULD or…

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5 Critical Factors for Successful Change

Change is one of the few certainties in life. Many of us want to change different things in our lives or about ourselves, but that is not the challenge. The challenge (or issue) is we criticise and judge ourselves harshly for not making the change. And subsequently end up being in resistance with the present moment, which equates…

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Behaviour – Is it a Problem or a Preference?

Are certain behaviours patterns a problem or a preference? Can people really have behaviour problems, if they don’t know they exist? This topic is something I have been reflecting on lately with clients (and colleagues) who are thinking about or are starting to make changes in their life. It also brings me back to the statement – we don’t…

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The Story of Two Wolves

Cherokee Wisdom –  The Story of Two Wolves One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, “My son, the battle is between two “wolves” inside each of us. One is Evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies,…

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7 Myths About Change

The main reason people sign-up to coaching or attend events with Habits for Wellbeing is to make a change or shift in their life. To shift from problem, self-defeating or draining behaviours to empowering and self-fulfilling behaviours (i.e. habits for wellbeing). These shifts could be made in different areas of a persons life including – Career / Business,…

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