Monthly Archives: December 2011

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Musing 12 – A Harsh Christmas Reality

I feel it is very important to acknowledge, not just the season we are in and all the good stuff it holds, but the year that has gone and still is. For most of us, 2011 has been very challenging. My experience with my clients alone has seen: Businesses fail, or be on the brink People being ruthlessly fired from their jobs Personal intimate relationships finishing in grief and deep sadness Families losing their houses … Continue reading

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Musing 11 – It doesn’t get easier – I just get faster

I love this quote from Lance Armstrong of Tour de France fame. It has given me two great insights to humanity. There will always be those who continually push life’s envelope, no matter the area of endeavor. And undoubtedly, subject to the cuts and grazes that occur in this space, there will be progress and learning. They will get faster/better/wiser/smarter. Life will always be challenging, exhausting at times and seem just as intense as day … Continue reading

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Musing 10 – Joe Changes his Mind

In my last musing, The 8 Steps to Changing your Mind, we looked at the very real issue of how to break the old ways of responding to something in your world that aren’t working. Ultimately it is my experience and research that we can add choice, but we cannot remove the neural connections in our brain that dictate behaviour, internal emotional states etc. By adding a choice we can see clearly how the situation … Continue reading

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