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Up and Down

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Up and Down

Are you feeling bogged down? Or are things on the up? You always have a choice about how you interact with what shows up in your life and work and how you process and describe it is key…

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Being in the Now - Two Questions That Change Everything

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Being in the Now - Two Questions That Change Everything

When emotions plummet, when we feel ourselves falling a long way short in our pursuit of happiness or when we just feel overwhelmed with our emotions or workload, we can seem buried in confusion, frustration, anger or regret. In short… we get stuck and overwhelmed. These two questions can help bring you back to the now…

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Attitude, Doubt and Demons

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Attitude, Doubt and Demons

We live in an age where problems seem to proliferate around the world, all the time. They are frequently reported, feasted upon by the media and given massive air time. Seven billion attitudes are at risk! What can we do?!

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Speeding With The Wind Behind You

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Speeding With The Wind Behind You

How often do the conditions in your work seem absolutely perfect, only for things to slip out of control? Sometimes a strong tail wind can be perilous - how can you resist the urge to go head on into danger?

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Expunge

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Expunge

When you are holding onto an emotion, particularly one that is only partially thought through, it can sit clogging your free flowing attitude. Even though it may seem not to be near the surface of your thinking, it will be leaking into your mood and the rest of your thoughts.

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Peak Time

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Peak Time

Have you ever noticed times when you feel at your physical and mental peak and times when you are not? Have you considered the times in the day or week when you are a more or less creative thinker or able to work at higher or lower intensity? When your concentration in meetings or your communication with colleagues is better or worse?

Until you do, you may be holding expectations and demands that are too high, setting yourself up for disappointment, fatigue and the ensuing attitude drop.

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