How Unexpected Role Models Make us Human

Do you know how little you control your every action? Every person you interact with is a role model, and each interaction changes your behaviour, mood, outlook and makes you human. But we’re losing this – our capability to be human – through our modern existence. Watch and learn how you can change that not only that for your benefit but for the sake of humanity. … More How Unexpected Role Models Make us Human

Want to know how to be happy – this man has the answers.

On this week’s episode of the Dot to Dot podcast, fellow psychologist Lou Jones and I talk to Russ Harris – best selling author, doctor, therapist and all round lovely guy. https://apple.co/3bSkWls https://spoti.fi/3dHLS8Q https://bit.ly/2WWbmbN Some of Russ’s words of wisdom: “Money can’t buy you happiness – as I transitioned from a medical doctor to a … More Want to know how to be happy – this man has the answers.

Why being human means being a role-model

On International Women’s Day I thought I’d share an extract from my book Mirror Thinking about how important role-models are to enabling positive traction….  ‘The impact of diverse role models reaches far beyond the executive board room. Research from Microsoft, for example, shows that the number of girls interested in STEM decreases as they move … More Why being human means being a role-model

Talking about burnout

OUT NOW another bitesize episode with fellow psychologist Lou Jones. This week we’re talking about burnout, something that is becoming way to prevalent during the pandemic. What is it? How do you know if you are experiencing it? What should you do about it? Burnout has three key dimensions: exhaustion, cynicism and a decline in … More Talking about burnout