Albert Einstein Quote on Questioning and Curiosity

Like many people, I am a big fan of Albert Einstein. One of the quotes that really resonates with me is this one – “The important thing is not to stop questioning; curiosity has its own reason for existing.” ~ Albert Einstein   If you are ready to reclaim your courage and take the next step towards…

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What is Self-Regulation?

Recently I have had a number of conversations about emotions, energy, behaviours and thinking. Subsequently, today I wanted to discuss self-regulation and what is self-regulation? Working with many clients (and also on my own adventure of life), I have found self-regulation to be an important skill in leading a whole-hearted and fulfilling life. Subsequently, in…

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What is the Inner Game?

The past few weeks, I have been referring back to a concept I learnt as an athlete – the Inner Game. So, today I wanted to elaborate on it.   What is the Inner Game? The “inner game” is a concept that was termed by Tim Gallwey. In his book – the Inner Game of…

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Time to Create Greater Harmony with Yourself?

One thing I have thought about about over the years is harmony and it goes back to the quote by Joseph Campbell – “The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.” ~ Joseph Campbell   So today, I wanted to share a…

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Time to Start Activating Your Inner Resources?

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” – Viktor Frankl   One thing I know for sure is that we ALL have challenges in life. Yes these challenges or issues from pain to…

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What is Cognitive Dissonance?

In the work I have been doing recently and with clients, I have had a bit of cognitive dissonance arise. So today, I wanted to share some information on what it is.   What is Cognitive Dissonance? Psychologist Leon Festinger was the person who discovered cognitive dissonance. Tt is a term often used in psychology…

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3 Ways to Cultivate Curiosity

One of the things I have realised over time is that part of the reason I love learning is that I am extremely curious. Even when I was young, I can remember asking the question “Why?” many times. This is one of the skills I encourage clients to use when they are developing greater awareness…

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