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Strength and Vulnerability

We are both strong and vulnerable in the very same breathe. These words are so true to not share them is like saying there is only one way to see

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Intuition and the Subconscious

When you knowYou know And it feels like flow All systems go When you know, you know. Conscious living is being aware of how your reactions shape your existence. The

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Find Better Quality Problems
Lessons from Books
Joe Bellissimo

Find Better Quality Problems

I can’t afford it. Its a problem faced by billions of people.  Let’s dive into the sentence a little more and expand it. I don’t have sufficient financial resources to

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middle-aged man's eye
Personal Development
Jo Jackson

Midlife crisis or awareness?

The mid-life crisis, as we know it, is usually ear-marked with realisation that life is halfway over, what has been worked for can all be lost, and no-one is exempt from death. It’s time to acknowledge that we have the power to leverage our dissatisfaction instead of hurtling into a state of depression and becoming our own self-fulfilling prophecy. How do we produce certainty for the future when the world is not giving it to us? We create it.

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Shake up your routine to find balance again
Coaching
Shan Clayton

Shake up your routine to find balance again

Imbalance is a human trait. Correcting it can be as easy or difficult as I make it. Most of the people I work with go with the latter option and I will be honest, at times I find myself sitting on that side of the fence, too.

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Mindfulness
Shan Clayton

Self-Awareness: Your Canary in the Coal Mine

Too often, we go about our day in a state of automatic reactivity to the world around us, resulting in cyclic patterns of pain and suffering. Self-awareness is key to managing the extent to which the external world affects us. It starts whistling to us long before we experience the pain of emotional reactivity, if only we’d pay it closer attention.

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