Despite being bonkersly (it’s my word even if it doesn’t exist) driven in general I also put things I don’t like off. On the whole that involves… Read more “Who are you?”
Until recently, it was believed that who we are, whether genetic or environmentally influenced, became “hardwired” once we passed a certain age. Not anymore
When flicking through Linkedin and twitter do you ever get the feeling that you are being bombarded with the same message over and over again? I do.… Read more “Groundhog Day”
New year’s resolutions should be no different to the goals we make at any time of year in order to move closer to who we want to be, how we want to operate and what we want to achieve. The problem is, as soon as its new year we all go a bit mad and create a long list of things that we feel will appease us from the sins of Christmas and New Year. Inevitably we then fail and feel rubbish about ourselves as a result. The reason is, making goals at any time needs to fulfil certain behavioural considerations.
Curiosity is just as relevant in adulthood, not only helping you discover more about who you are, but providing a basis on which to build better relationships, unlock creativity and innovation, grow your intellect, and boost your general health and well-being.
Curiosity is a magical behavior that’s relevant to all of us. It defines our natural inquisitiveness as humans & is essential to happiness, success impacting innovation, creativity, connection, intellect & even well-being.
Emotional Resilience is closely linked to success. In fact, some argue that success is reliant on it. But if it was that easy wouldn’t we all just carry on regardless to fulfil our dreams? Wouldn’t we all be OK irrespective of what life throws at us?